Whether you feel like it's a season where all things come together or one where everything is falling apart, trust that You are precisely where God placed you.
Exhaled (a reboot)
And then, I exhaled. I’m committed to learning to breathe deeply. This is more than a metaphor. I am a shallow breather. According to people who teach meditation, When we breathe in a shallow way, the body remains in a cyclical state of stress—our stress causing shallow breathing and our shallow breathing causing stress. This …
We Should Take Our Own Advice
"I missed moments and opportunities now lost to me..."
It is Never Too Late…
"Beginning today, given all that may be lost to me, I'm taking things back."
#31DaysofWatchingGodMove-Everyday I’m Hustling (warning-language)
I wake up every morning feeling fragile. I do not obsess over my mortality; rather, I am grateful to a larger extent each day the gift that my life, health, and strength are. I Do Not Take Life For Granted. Still, I stride boldly into each day, chin out. It's a farce, but it works. …
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#31DaysofWatchingGodMove-Be Still. Caring for Yourself is Enough
Until recently, I would get upset with people for not appreciating the knots I insisted on tying myself into on their behalf. Ma'am, Who Asked You To? I was socialized to self-sacrifice. I would give, expecting balance. Not quid pro quo, but certainly not what I got. What I received in response was entitlement. Additionally, …
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#31DaysofWatchingGodMove-A True Powerful, Short Story
When you don't have time to dithering around, just trust God.
#31DaysofWatchingGodMove-You’re Worth It
What Would We Do If We Believed We Could Not Fail?
#31DaysofWatchingGodMove-Believing God for More…Nothing
No schedules. No (very little) stress. Minimal guilt. I am learning not apologize for everything. I am not sorry because everything is not my fault....
#31DaysofWatchingGodMove-And Another One
I am grateful for my daily practice. Upon rising, I turn off my alarm, reaching for my phone to make my morning devotion and prayers.
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