Friday, January 15, 2010

She's Kinda a Big Girl Now!

So Philly Farmgirl is moving on to her next big adventure! Unbelievable as it may be, I will speaking at a local shul/synagagoue this motzei shabbat! I still have NO idea what I am going to speak about, horrors! See, blogging is so much easier. I write when I am inspired, I can delete before you see my flub ups, so much safer. But the truth is, this is what I have always felt my mission in life was. Not public speaking, per se, but inspiring women. Inspiring women to see who they really are. My desire is to help reveal that Divine spark that already lies within each and every one of them (you!). I want to be like a gentle wind that blows upon that spark to help them believe in who they are and what they can become. I want to help women see the strength that lies within them, the power and the wisdom that is already there, that they already own. To see the light and love they possess and to discover and believe in their authentic and wild self! Yes, I said wild! Wild as in the beauty of a wild flower that lies undiscovered in a field of flowers. Wild as in free and beautiful! Wild as in unrestrained power to do anything and be anyone! Yes, wild.

So how do you think that topic will fly in a room full of frum women??

Wish me luck!



9 comments:

A.B.T said...

Prayers, blessings and Shalom are with you!

Rachel said...

Behatzlacha!

As far as a topic, one that comes to mind, one that I need reinforced constantly, is seeing the mundane details of life as part of something big, as real service to Hashem. No matter what kind of life a woman has, there are always tedious parts, and we can get lost in those and forget why they matter and what we are building. May we all be inspired to do the task at hand with the consciousness that we are building something huge and powerful, strong families and strong communities and bringing Mashiach closer in the smallest tasks when they are done in service to Hashem!

Philly Farmgirl said...

@Emunah: thanks so much honey!

@Rachel: funny thing, this must have been what was supposed to be because at one point last night I did indeed speak about finding Hashem in the mundane and the ordinary. Basically I just spoke from the heart to the heart, much like I do on this blog. From the response I think it went well.

missmolly72 said...

I found you, my dear Philly Farmgirl! I hope you remember me, MollyMae, from years back. Life has changed so much for me, but life is wonderful and I hope to be back in touch with you. Visit my weight-loss blog!

Love,
Molly(Mae)

Rabbi Lars Shalom said...

wild

ya said...

He who would climb the ladder must begin at the bottom...................................................

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