Happy New Year 2020 It’s SaturYourDay ayasha January 18, 2020 Featured, SATUR-Your-Day, Section, USL Blog, USL Stories By Ayasha Roberson Happy New Year and welcome back to my interactive blog, SaturYourDay, where I write about my personal experiences to inspire and empower you to overcome any obstacles that you are experiencing. If you this is your first time reading my blog, I would like to take a moment to introduce myself to you. My name is Ayasha Roberson, CEO & Founder of Urban SociaLites, LLC. USL is a multi-media company that has been existence for nine years as we enter a new decade. My company will be turning 10 years in June. I am excited for the growth not just in my company, but in me. There have been so major changes within my life as I continue to grow into the spiritual, positive light and love that wants me to become. I believe as spiritual beings, we never stop evolving into the person that God ultimately wants us to become. Last year was very challenging for me as God revealed to me the envy, rage, bitterness, and deceit of close family and friends. I had to remove myself from the negativity whether that meant ending relationships or distancing myself from people with whom I work on a daily basis. For instance, I had an encounter with a coworker who cursed me out in front of other peers. My first instinct was to curse back at her, but instead I just handled the situation as professionally as I could. I learned from this situation that you can’t change people; you have to love them from a distance and keep it moving. Another obstacle that I am still dealing with is the relationship between my mom and me. Our relationship is okay, but I had to stop speaking to her for a month due to some difficulty with finances in connection with my father’s death. However, I am glad that God has allowed this because it has made me a stronger person and strengthened my relationship with God. The bible says that God will never leave me or forsake me. And if I long for God, who can be against me? I know that my mom hasn’t healed from any of her past trauma from when she was a child. This has affected her interpersonal relationships within herself, her children, family, friends, and etc. However, she doesn’t think she needs therapy because she has behaved like this her entire adult life and she doesn’t see anything wrong with it. I continue to pray for my mom, asking God to heal her heart. I live by myself in Northern New Jersey, so there is a space and distance between us. My mom can continue to act “crazy” with herself and the people that she lives near. The distance and space works for me as it has allowed for me to grow spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically. It is very challenging being an adult living with your parent especially when they have their emotional problems that they haven’t healed from. Nevertheless, in 2020 a spiritual shift has already start to occur as I am ready for divine God’s presence to intervene, change, and transform my life. I have been waiting on God to spiritually change and uplift my circumstances for the past 13 years and I have been living in the same place for the past 7 years. Seven (7) is the name of change, I pray that the number 7 will bring upon positive change not just in my life, but in the lives of others. In addition, the number 13, which is equal to 4, and since it is the year 2020 which is also equal to 4, will bring mental stability, security, safety, and a strong foundation. In the next edition, I will be writing about how to cope when living as an adult living under your parent’s roof and the struggle you will likely experience. I look forward to seeing you back on Saturday, February 1st at 11am ET www.urbansocialitesnj.com. Remember if God is for you who can be against you? I love you, and God Bless. https://www.instagram.com/saturyourday/ https://www.instagram.com/ayasharoberson/ https://www.facebook.com/ayasha.roberson https://www.linkedin.com/in/ayasha-roberson-1b20142b/ Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.