Temporarily or forever. Time is a social construct.
Any who, I’ve noticed that the last time I blogged a lot was going on, especially in my state. Things have changed…we have a whole new president and a new administration and a new set of things to be concerned about. Nevertheless, I’m alive and in my right mind, as my Grandma says, so things are okay.
Lately I’ve tried to live each day with more intention. I’ve tried to find the joy in the little things so that I can keep chugging along on my journey. Some days have been tougher than others, and some have been easy.
I’ve been really hard on myself lately because I’m not where I want to be in certain areas of my life. I’ve found peace with a number of areas in my life that I’ve had difficulty in, but I’ve been struggling with feelings of incompleteness. Now, I’m complete in many areas of my life: I’ve finally in a place where I truly love myself, I’m in a loving marriage, I know I’m valuable and I know that I’m great. Lately I’ve been feeling like money could solve all my problems (which is funny because this is the most obedient I’ve been with my finances in a really long time). I’ve only been extending completeness to loving feelings, but I’ve learned that it extends far beyond that.
I was napping after church, like I usually do, with a lot on my mind. I woke up with a something I felt I should share. Almost everything I’m ever given from God is always for me, but what’s the point in not sharing. Sharing is caring, right? Right. When Jesus died for us we were instantly granted the freedom to go to God for ourselves. We were made complete before we were even born. The cross goes beyond what I had ever imagined and I’m so glad to know that I’m complete, with or without money or any other material thing I needed.
This by no means is a spiritual blog or a blog on religion. It’s a blog for and about me and the things I go through. I’m thankful for all the life lessons I’m able to go through. The key for me is to remember that I don’t go through things I GROW through things.