When will Christmas start this year? #Christmastime #pandemicdiary
Here in my side of the world, Christmas begins when the name of the month ends in ber.
September is the first month that ends in ber, so expect to hear Christmas songs on the radio. This sets the expectant mood for Christmas.
With this pandemic still, I fervently pray that this Christmas will be better than last year’s.
Do you notice those snatches of divine messages? #life #guidance #MidliferDiary
Divine messages come to me all the time.
They come through dreams, through snatches of songs, through things that you read which resonate with you, through synchronistic conversations, and most of all, in the quiet recesses of your heart.
You may not have encounters with burning bushes, but that doesn’t mean God isn’t talking to you!
It’s all a matter of perspective. #Midlifer #PurposefulLiving
has never watched
them dancing on a
What is the best thing to do now?
more than what she expected.
she became the journey,
and like all journeys,
she did not end, she just
simply changed directions
and kept going.
The lines have blurred. Like today.
To just stare into space and breathe in, breathe out.
The lines have blurred. I no longer know where is business and where is leisure.
I sat in my home office at 9AM and stood up at 10PM.
I cannot complain though. Because in those hours, I have shared hope and made people believe that there is a better life, there is a better time after all that is happening.
How have you been lately?
Call it serendipity… #love #togetherness
I was looking for love
Until I found you
I just didn’t know!
Why you need to wait for the right time…
Know that there is a right time for each of the things you do.
If you try to live counter to your personal rhythms, you will expend more time and energy to get things done. Body and soul suffer when you force yourself to wrestle against your own rhythms.
Listen to your rhythms and follow them.
Become the central character in your story of making a difference.
Intentional Living, John C. Maxwell
Glad I’ve reached the point where I have more control of my time. What a blessing!
But to me it is already a mountain. It’s a matter of perspective. You have to respect that.