"I pray you will continue to follow my writing journey, and my brand for Christian-based inspiration. I would love to see this world change, one person, one reader at a time, through being intentional in our interactions with others, and growing and nurturing our relationships with each other, by growing closer to God." My article today delves deeper into a situation I wrote about on social media, and offers an amazing resource for individuals experiencing change in their lives!
A little bit of reminiscing on the beauty of the island, and a realization this morning made me realize what I am most grateful for this week. What about you? For what are you most grateful this week?
"It is a moment for which I am most grateful. It served as a reminder that there are times where the weight of life lifts, and the beauty appears on the horizon." This week's Gratitude Project wasn't quite a tangible "thing," as opposed to a heart-moment... a tangible moment, which made me take pause to enjoy the beauty. What are you most grateful for this week?
"The goal of this post is not to wallow in the messiness of life. Instead, it's to recognize that messiness, and give credit for the beautiful moments..." How a difficult Mass on Sunday has been gnawing at me, making me realize there is beauty in the messiness of life - and, we should all strive to accept both the beauty, and the mess.
A family affair of pizza making led to an evening of fun, and a lesson in accepting myself as my children see me, instead of the version of myself I might happen to see in the mirror.