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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KELLEY_MICHAEL
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.80%. The average number of likes per post is 55 and the average number of comments is 3.
72.73% of the followers that engaged with kelley_michael regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 3.64% and Netherlands at 3.64%. In summary, the top 5 countries of kelley_michael's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Italy, Brazil.
Kelley_michael loves posting about Photography, Architecture, Film, Music & Books, Nature & Outdoors, Art.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR KELLEY_MICHAEL
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF KELLEY_MICHAEL
- United States 72.73 %
- United Kingdom 3.64 %
- Netherlands 3.64 %
- Italy 1.82 %
- Brazil 1.82 %
Neuroscientists believe that our brains work like Velcro and Teflon. Negative thoughts “stick” like Velcro. Positive thoughts “slide” like Teflon. What’s fascinating the most to me is that if you want a positive thought to imprint on your brain, you have to choose to appreciate the moment. The interaction. Whatever it is that you’re thinking or feeling for at least 15 seconds. Meaning, if you want to be happy you have to choose to be. The more that I make this a practice the more I find that life really is full of meaning and that there’s much more to appreciate about the world around us than I thought.
Posting this as a reminder for myself from Brené Brown’s “The Gifts of Imperfection.” Hope this brightens someone’s day as it has been really helpful in my journey of letting go of my perfectionism: Cultivating Authenticity and Letting Go of What Other People Think Cultivating Self-Compassion and Letting Go of Perfectionism Cultivating Your Resilient Spirit, Letting Go of Numbing and Powerlessness Cultivating Gratitude and Joy, Letting go of Scarcity and Fear of the Dark Cultivating Intuition and Trusting Faith, Letting Go of the Need for Certainty Cultivating Creativity and Letting Go of Comparison Cultivating Play and Rest, Letting Go of Exhaustion as a Status Symbol and Productivity as Self-Worth Cultivating Calm and Stillness and Letting Go of Anxiety as a Lifestyle Cultivating Meaningful Work, Letting Go of Self-Doubt and Supposed-To Cultivating Laughter, Song, and Dance. And Letting Go of Cool and Always in Control
Make sure you don’t forget God, your God, by not keeping his commandments, his rules and regulations that I command you today. Make sure that when you eat and are satisfied, build pleasant houses and settle in, see your herds and flocks flourish and more and more money come in, watch your standard of living going up and up—make sure you don’t become so full of yourself and your things that you forget God, your God, the God who delivered you from Egyptian slavery; the God who led you through that huge and fearsome wilderness, those desolate, arid badlands crawling with fiery snakes and scorpions; the God who gave you water gushing from hard rock; the God who gave you manna to eat in the wilderness, something your ancestors had never heard of, in order to give you a taste of the hard life, to test you so that you would be prepared to live well in the days ahead of you - Moses
“Pay attention to the world and all that dwells therein and thereby learn at last to pay attention to yourself and all that dwells therein.” — Frederick Buechner
Isn’t it good to be human? PC: @noahabe
Time and time again, I have searched my heart to feel and be aware of the importance of gentle, brotherly love we are all meant to show one another. Kindness. Connection. Encouragement. Relationship & interdependence. What grounds me, keeps me sane, and full of hope has little to nothing to do with my career, accomplishments, or my bank account in these times of uncertainty. Everything is always uncertain. But I can have faith in the loving affections of a Heavenly Father and His provisions. What I have found is that He seems to be most interested in our loving connection with Him and each other—especially in the unknown. We have always needed each other. Trust me, I have been on the other side. I used to think that I didn’t need others or wasn’t supposed to have that need. No, with an attitude of gratefulness, I can now see things clearly. I can seek the Kingdom of God first—a Kingdom rich in love that never fails—and everything else falls into place as Jesus said even with our imperfections and mistakes. Despite the virus and what it’s doing to our world and our relationships with each other, I am learning to be thankful for this season and for all of my friends who have shown me grace and kindness so I can feel the freedom to be myself and accepted just as I am. The roots of love, which will never fail us, have grown deeper because of you and joy sprouts out of the ground inside of me. You know who you are. I love you—even if that makes you uncomfortable. Back to Sabbath. 1 John 4:12: “No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us."
The view from my little patio calms me with the occasional breeze and sun setting low in the west. 🌞
Everything is living and dying simultaneously. ~ Richard Rhor
How have you been, neighbor? In this time we’re all in with COVID, I’ve personally been in a very reflective state. It’s an opportunity to articulate my feelings to others, engaging in important conversations, and grow within. Being honest, before I knew the love of Jesus, I had a hard time posting pictures of my own self on here and for many years I didn’t know the meaning of self-love. But now after the Easter season, I can feel the Springtime in my heart. God has provided my daily bread and continues to provide in my aspirations to make movies. Many thanks to @daystarfilm for continuing to hire local freelancers during this time. 📷 @shawnmarie9 That’s how I’ve been. What’s going on with you? “Discovering the truth about ourselves is a lifetime’s work, but it’s worth the effort.” ~ Fred Rogers
“For me the most radical demand of Christian faith lies in summoning the courage to say yes to the present risenness of Jesus Christ.” ~ Brennan Manning This truth continues to change me and I am grateful for the meaning of this sacred day. Happy Easter. 📷: @noahabe
“In the morning I will sing praise.” ~ A Neighbors’ Encouragement with Chalk
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