Cynthia Kaui

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� Online Entrepreneur + Lifestyle Content Creator �San Diego, California � partners@cynthiakaui.com // kanoekaui@gmail.com

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Margaret Thatcher famously said "You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it". Do you agree?

Psalm 33:11 -⁣ But the plans of the Lord stand firm forever, the purposes of his heart through all generations

Proverbs 29:18 -⁣ Where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained, But happy is he who keeps the law

Christmas is a season of great joy. It is a time of God showing His great love for us. Christmas is a time of healing and renewed strength. It’s when God sent His Son into the world to be born. I am eternally grateful for the life I get to live through Christ.

[Swipe to learn 20 Things I learned in 2020]
When I hear of negativity, I always remind myself that “It’s never all, and it’s never every.” Sometimes we get caught up in overgeneralizing. I repeat: “It’s never all, and it’s never every.” That shift in over sensationalizing every single negative thing has been a game changer in my attitude. I think that’s been one of the biggest things I learned in 2020. I learned that my attitude is not a strength of mine, but I can cultivate it to make it a strength. For others having a great attitude is a strength and they don’t have to work as hard as me on this skill. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t have other strengths and skills that are natural to me. Along with these 20 things I learned in 2020, there was a lot more. The reality of the situation is, even if my 2020 “sucked,” it would not make me feel better knowing it “sucked.” What would make me feel better is knowing that I have no guarantees of a physical life everyday, and there is so much more to look forward to eternally. I pray that you find the time to realize that 2020 might not be as bad as you originally thought at a first thought. Save to refer to later. How was your 2020?

Staying in bed till noon or rising with the sun?

[Swipe to read my letter to high school Cynthia] It’s been 8 years since I took this photo, and let me say: beige don’t age, asians don’t raisin?! I remember wanting to take this senior composite because I thought the photos were so flawless. Then, I took this photo and remember thinking it was surreal. Now this photo hangs at my parent’s home. I had some friends in 8th grade betray me and gossip about me behind my back. The only way I found out was because another friend told me about it. I did not like the idea of people gossiping about me and knowing negative things that people thought about me. I learned what true friends were. I learned about quality > quantity with friendships. I decided to make high school my opportunity to reinvent myself and have a fresh start. High school served a season of purpose and growth for me in more ways than one. I learned my strengths and weaknesses. I got involved and had opportunities to steward my time, money, and resources. I was able to bless and serve people with my gifts and talents. I also went through a rollercoaster during college application season. I wanted to attend a top university, which I succeeded in, but I remember getting a lot of rejections and facing so much disappointment despite doing everything in my power that I could control. I made the most of my high school experience, for better and for worst, but even if someone didn’t have the same experience as me, I know that the best is yet to come. You do not have to be the most popular person in high school or have the best experience in high school to have a bright future. Your past does not dictate your future. It would not have mattered if I had a great or bad experience in high school because everyone can draw a line in the sand and begin a new chapter. Save this to refer back to later. What did you learn in high school that impacted you down the road?

1 Corinthians 13:13 - ⁣ So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love⁣ ⁣ Presets: @naohms

Colossians 3:14 - ⁣ And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony

Happy 2021! I pray you have a wonderful year of prosperity and blessings. Sending everyone my very best. I hope you have Favor and His will over your life. 📸 @matthewgerard

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