Sometimes you have to let your heart see what your eyes miss.
When you watch a movie that hits you hard, you can’t help but think about what it means to you.
Reflections on the Bible story about the widow’s oil (2 Kong’s 4:1-7) as seen through the sons’ point of view.
Let’s explore how letting go of expectations and learning to BE can actually bring you to a place where you love life and serve your true purpose.
Recently, my brother and some friends participated in the Tough Mudder competition. This is a 10- to 12-mile obstacle course designed by the British Navy and described as “Possibly the toughest event on the planet.” (Take a look at these pictures to decide if you think it lives up to its claim!) The challengers sign a death waiver and endure some pretty dangerous and challenging obstacles. It is a gruesome and amazing event that brought the men back with big smiles on their faces.
We’ve made it to the second quarter. It’s time to discuss some real things and make some changes to ensure we get where we want to get. As we start, let’s jump into some reasons this month is so special to me. *Trigger warning*
To truly grow and move forward, you have to allow yourself to move on from the past. This is about letting go of who you once were to become all you want to be.
When you’ve released, you need to take time to enjoy the freedom of the moment. Breathe in deep and take in the view. Then step forward. Don’t get overwhelmed. Enjoy the moment and gift you’ve given yourself!
You’re there for everyone else but when you need you, where are you? Why is it so hard to show up for yourself in times of need? How do you change this? Let’s explore this topic and make some changes.
Sometimes you have to walk it out and trust your movements will add up to the life you’re supposed to enjoy. One step at a time, one decision at a time, until you wake up one day and realize you are living a life you love.
When you let go, you make room for more. You can’t receive when your hands are full, but as you empty them you make room for blessings to come into your life. The choice is yours.
Sometimes the only way to truly love someone is to walk away from them and let them do life on their own. Many times this is how you also love yourself and ensure you lead the right life. Who do you need to walk away from so you can both be free to be all you were created to be?
In life we love to sometimes have all the answers. But sometimes we just need to go with the flow and take things for what they are. We need to just work with what we have, like we do with a puzzle, and keep going until we get to the end.
At times you just need to step away from your life, breathe, and see it from the outside. Some reflections on stepping away.
This week began with some tough revelation and has followed through with more challenge. A friend died today – not much older than me. I have been a bit of a mess today thinking about how the people left behind on this earth feel when we leave them. Something my friend left with me is…