The words of the Teacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem: “Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.”
hA ha hA…
the wind blows to the north
the wind blows to the south
the wind blows to the east
the wind blows to the west
do we really know which way the wind blows?
similar to the story of our life, you never know which way it will go
release the inner child, your true self, a life of inspiration to others, not a life expecting a pat on the back for a job well done because you climbed that mountain of hell.
sure, sharing your life story and how you have overcome is great, at what point will you stop making it about you, stop being so serious and live a little more freely.
scripture tells us more than our brains can comprehend. remember not to be legalistic or pretentious, displaying perfection. nowhere in the bible does it say that you can’t laugh, that you can’t have fun. Jesus had a fun filled life and ….in case you didn’t know…you ain’t GOD!
yep…my grammar is not perfectly placed in this blog….you know what…I did it ON PURPOSE! So serious……get out and enjoy the sunshine, enjoy family, friends, and stop displaying yourself on social media, or your blogs, or anywhere.
If you want to share the love of God, and all that He has done for you, make it personal, face to face, one on one to those who need it most. Take a walk with your neighbor, visit the hospitals, the nursing homes, share a moment with a veteran, someone is always facing a harder walk than you. Whether it be cancer, drug addiction, loneliness, depression, whatever it is…it’s not the end all of end alls…get off your soap box and stop drowning yourself in your own pitty or if you are pattin’ yourself on the back…careful not to break your arm for lack of reach…boasting is a sin too!
It’s not about me, it’s not about you, it is about others and bringing smiles,
hope, and love to other people!
Feel the wind, go have some fun and live life.
Stop seeking man’s praise and start living your best life yet!
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The photo is by….you guessed it…Connie Ann Farmer
Editors note….all english, grammar, punctuations, and so on and so forth…are intentional…laugh a little 🙂
Composure. Calm. Presence of mind.
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Oh my gosh Connie!!! What are you saying?
Why would you even consider saying such a thing and then go as far as writing about it? What are you thinking? How could you, after all that God has blessed you with? Continue reading “I don’t want to be a Christian”
Staring at A Dead-End Road?
Having that moment when you begin something exciting and fulfilling, pumped up ready to go, eager to see where and how it’s all going to play out. YES! Halfway there, still pumped, however, it’s fading. Things are not progressing the way you initially thought they might. Still positive, still pushing forward, never to give up on what you were so excited and look forward to doing. Yes, I got this! It’s going to happen!! Continue reading “At a Dead-End Road?”
“A picture is worth a thousand words”
Which words are they speaking, how do we know what’s the truth, and what isn’t?
Society has set such a standard of what we are supposed to live up to that it’s almost, no, not almost, IT IS impossible to live up to. Continue reading “Interpretation of the Perception”