My Beautiful Souls,

Thank you for waiting patiently for my blog at the end of the year. It has been a long year for me as I’m sure many of you have experienced your own joys, triumphs, losses, and unmet goals. Mine was a roller coaster ride of disappointments and blessings with medical approvals to hopeful wellness.

In light of the ups and downs, there was a small window of quality moments I was able to swim mile laps during July through part of September. It was the joy of my life! 🙂 I also went for walks with my puppy along Lake Michigan’s gorgeous lakeshore. My puppy doesn’t really walk but pushes me into jogging mode to prep my legs for swimming laps! This little Morkie gives quite the work out!! Lol!

I believe in the blessings of what we have instead of what we want. Being grateful for every morsel of life brings positivity and light. It is a gift.

We have ownership in how our minds unveil our reality. God has gifted us great power in the, “I AM” messages for creating our realities. These positive messages are a gift we can all embrace and aspire to achieve.

Believe in one of the greatest miracles, the birth of YOU. If you don’t believe in you, no one else will.

God so loved the world He gave His only Begotten Son, Jesus. He loved YOU so much that He gave His Son for YOU. If that’s not something to celebrate, I don’t know what is.

For this holiday season, may the threads of stardust be woven among the packages and bows and may your heart find the peace, joy, and love as this magical season unfolds. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas….

Kimberly xo

Twas The Night Before Christmas…

It’s December and all is not well. This year brought wars, lawsuits against women, inflation, and our highest court’s gifts, travels, and clientele.

People’s mindsets have changed to negativity and shock. Their shiny bright light has been shadowed with dark.

Santa and his reindeer are ready at bay, they want us to heal as they run to their sleigh. Rudolph runs to take off in flight. He becomes the light of the torn, rocky pathway that night.

The clouds are so mirky, yet Rudolph’s nose shines so bright. We’re going to recover from this year with God’s wings we’ll take flight.

The sleighbells ring merrily as we fly to and fro. To our job sites, kids’ sporting events, other commitments, and brisk hellos.

We reflect on our lives as we slumber without peace. What happened to joy, love, and faith as we wrestle with last minute tweets.

The children on wait lists healing from COVID’s mental crisis. Connections still severed and people homeless, without food, mentally ill are severely frightened.

Inflation has taken a toll and diminished our weathered wallets. Our medical systems are broken, and we are tired, frustrated, and outspoken.

Mortgages rose right under our noses. The buyer’s market was the season, especially with cash-only proposals. Rental prices skyrocketed as our sleigh ride drew near. Corporations claimed the market, driving prices up in the air.

Politics were childish on both sides of the isle. If there was bipartisan agreement, it would end in false claims and denial.

How do we come together when we’re so far apart? We don’t listen to each other, so self-righteous, stubborn, foolish, and stuck.

When we look in the mirror, what do we see? The person who adds to the chaos or shares some peace and kindness so others can shine free.

This year, the sparkle of the holiday season has lost its anticipation. The beauty of the winter wonderland is more barren from desperation.

The giving to those less fortunate has subsided to ”me” driven cliches. And the partridges in the pear trees are slowly being driven away.

It seems Black Friday has become the most exciting day of the year. When we know in our hearts, the birth of Jesus marks our grace, a shining star in the sky so clear.

His coming changed the world from darkness into light. The Prince of Peace, the Holy One who gifted us mercy, hope, faith and love with light.

We know “things” should become less precious than who we are and how we treat others. Blaming and shaming projects our unhappiness and imprisons our victim mentality to one that suffers.

The art of becoming victorious over a victim mentality is choosing a life of glow. Instead of surviving, we thrive, which is transformed with self-love that flows. In digging deep, we discover the God spark, our superpowers, which reigns from the heavenly hosts.

Responsibility and accountability merge with character, morality, justice, and ethics. Behaving positively is vibrational and fabulously epic.

Money carries less weight than your word and deed. And lies do not justify your corrupt narcissistic wrongs you’ve achieved.

The Grinch who stole Christmas grew a heart it seems. He saw a town that was beloved and found Christmas without things.

Their love was so embedded in the people they knew, they didn’t care if there were gifts as long as they had each other where love grew anew…

Love at Christmas…

On a lighter note sweet souls, some things in life are incurable. When circumstances arise that deem challenging, the path to follow is one woven in stardust threaded along the silver lining deep within our souls. We may question why it came to us.

Yet the real question is what are we to learn from this suffering? When our lives are turned upside down, how we respond is our greatest joy when we rise with glow.

People are flawed and human. Many want to see us fall and fail. They take great pride in our desperation, humility, and graveling. Yet, what they don’t know is falling down is ultimately a gift. Because when we rise, we are glorified in Him. We are greater than when we began our quest for His mercy and love.

Our brilliance is brighter, our transformation unveils our magnificence, and our redemption is made complete because His Holiness rests inside us. He promises us everything. We are made of His pure love.

How can we not feel loved when we ARE LOVE! If you look in the mirror, you should tremble at YOUR feet because YOU are a reflection of HIM. Live like it!

“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.” ~John 4:18

What is Love?

Love is complex. It is a cocktail of emotions, beliefs, and behaviors infused with strong feelings of affection. These may be viewed as closeness, respectful, giving, protective, and genuine.

However, one person’s definition of love may be completely different than someone else’s. Our ideals about love may have been implied during childhood where family dynamics were dysfunctional, leaving many to misunderstand the true meaning of love.

Love is NOT: Abuse, Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Abuse, Sex Trafficking, Emotional Abuse, Overt and Covert Narcissism, Gas Lighting, Manipulation, Controlling Behaviors RE: Money, Resources, Communication, Friends, Food, etc., Anger, Silence, Conflict Avoidance, Projecting Your Problems onto Someone Else, Expecting Perfection, or Volcanic Eruptions.

Love IS:

  • An action word of giving unconditionally from the heart.
  • Wanting the happiness of someone else above your own.
  • Feelings of wanting to be near with affection and attachment.
  • Feelings of attraction and respect.
  • Desiring to care for someone else.
  • Always thinking of the other person.
  • Wanting to share conversation and be close to them.
  • Kindness, gentleness, service, caring, empathy, compassion.
  • Communication, respect, listening.
  • Giving of your presence and time.


As part of societal norms, love is embraced as a deep affection or intense feeling for someone else. Yet it can still be misunderstood. In the Biblical sense, love is far richer and meaningful. It surpasses emotions by how we relate to each other.

As scripture shares, 1 Corinthians 13:1–8a (ESV):

“If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing.

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.” (

Love Embraces:

Patience, Kindness, Truth, Resilience (bears all things), Faith (believes all things), Hope (hopes all things), Endurance (endures all things), Perseverance (never fails)

Love Resists:

Envy (isn’t jealous), Boasting (isn’t showing excessive self-pride), Arrogance (isn’t overbearing), Rudeness (isn’t discourteous), Selfishness (doesn’t insist on its own way), Anger (isn’t irritable), Resentment (doesn’t hold grudges), Wrongdoing (doesn’t rejoice in bad behavior)

Mark 12 30-32The Greatest Commandment

…30Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ 31The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ No other commandment is greater than these.” 32“Right, Teacher,” the scribe replied. “You have stated correctly that God is One and there is no other but Him…(

This speaks about the beauty of forgiveness. Forgiveness is grace and humility in unity. Mercy is what we offer to those who persecuted us, while humility is a subservient humbleness that imparts empathy, compassion, and love without judgment. When we forgive, our center of spiritual divinity becomes whole again and frees us to live joyously in the present. Forgiveness is for us.

Wrap ourselves in the fragrance of His love. Bask in His royalty from above. The light He gives and shares is a gift for all to savor with care. We are the gifts to unwrap everyday. Unveiling His light in our own special way.

He calls us by name and adorns us with blessings. He promises to hold our treasures in heavenly surroundings.

This is what His coming is all about… When our hearts break, His breaks also. His love is so bountiful and pure. Nothing is big enough to carry His omnificence, His power, and His grace. He washes us as white as snow.

Maybe it doesn’t matter if we have a winter wonderland. Because Jesus removes our ugly, dark and desperate mental quicksand. We are renewed and purified in Him. Oh what a fabulous gift to receive…

Luke 2:8-14 New Living Translation (NLT)

“That night there were shepherds staying in the fields nearby, guarding their flocks of sheep. Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared among them, and the radiance of the Lord’s glory surrounded them. They were terrified, but the angel reassured them. “Don’t be afraid!” he said. “I bring you good news that will bring great joy to all people. The Savior—yes, the Messiah, the Lord—has been born today in Bethlehem, the city of David! And you will recognize him by this sign: You will find a baby wrapped snugly in strips of cloth, lying in a manger.” Suddenly, the angel was joined by a vast host of others—the armies of heaven—praising God and saying, “Glory to God in highest heaven, and peace on earth to those with whom God is pleased.”

In His coming on Christmas, we are glorified through Him, in Him, and with Him. He is our King. And He will make all things right again. “Behold I make all things new.” (Revelation 21:5, NKJV)

We celebrate Jesus as a symbol of renewal, redemption, and love. May you celebrate Christmas in your hearts this year and be filled with the One who loves you the most…God, Yahweh, King of Kings, and Lord of Lords! Rejoice!

Merry Merry Christmas to all and to all a Good Night,

In Light and Love,

Dr. Kimberly Lees

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