About Blog

Welcome to Light Shine Brightly blog! We each have a light in us that others can see. Sometimes,  our light can radiate like the sun or star. Other times, our light can be dim where we faintly glow like a fading candle. Whether we are shining brightly or barely shining, I hope to encourage and inspire you to shine brightly in your daily lives and community.

About the Blog:

One day, I was on a journey to find something positive and encouraging in the news to read about, but mostly everything I read about was about conflict or turmoil in this world. My heart sank, so I decided that I’m going to start a blog and be the positive voice in this world. I might not be a powerful person in this world, but I am a story teller and I can use my voice to create positive change in this world. Hopefully, my stories are uplifting and can spark something good in others.

Goal of Blog: 

Like I mentioned before, my goal is to encourage and inspire you to shine brightly, so that you can reach your own potential and community. I hope to do this in the two areas of personal growth and outreach. I have given each of these areas a personal name relating to light, which are Reach for the Stars and Shine Brightly.

I believe we are able to do this first in finding the light in ourselves. As our light is shining brightly in ourselves, we can radiate that light to our family and friends. Then, we can illuminate in our community.

Reach for the Stars:

This section focuses on personal growth. I will share about the ways I have been growing in my lifetime. Growth doesn’t happen without any effort. Whenever we want to accomplish a goal, we can reach for it by trying our best. Stars represent the many areas in our lives that we want to grow in. When we reach for the stars, we radiate our light.

Shine Brightly: 

This section focuses on outreach to your friends, family, and community. I will share about how I’m  making a positive impact in my neighborhood. Hopefully, it’ll encourage you to shine brightly towards your loved ones and in your own communities.