As we learn, we grow; as we grow, we reach a new level of aspirations.
Driven. Ambition. Goals. Perseverance. Focus. Dream. Aspire.
Ever ask yourself why you are tired all the time? Are you doing, doing, doing? Or are you learning and doing? Alternating between the two can hinder our growth. The best way to grow is to give full focus and practice to what you desire to change in your growth process. Purposely focus on the learning and then move into the performance. Reflect on the performance to see what mistakes you made, and then adjust. This is learning. Continue reading “Learning vs Performance”
It is 3:00 am and my brain is working overtime, the weight of the wondering, over what? What could be keeping me from enjoying a night of uninterrupted sleep? In a moment’s notice, life changed, out of nowhere, life took a turn for the better.
The thoughts that weigh on our minds in the middle of the day, or the night, are not always heavy thoughts. Generally, when someone lies awake at night the first thought is, “they are struggling with something”. Why does it have to appear as a struggle? It is a rarity for the world to mention the lighthearted wonders that keep us awake.
~A missed moment of hope for someone in need is a blessing not shared~
Continue reading “Wondering Weight”
How many times have I looked out the window only to find myself wishing that I could see my big dream come to life? To recall the number of years spent wishing, hoping, and struggling through just to make it to that big dream being fulfilled, is next to impossible. Continue reading “The Window or The Door”
We lay dormant; therefore, we do not live. Your life right now, right where you are, believe that your circumstances, good or bad, are considered living.
Where is your center? What is your expectation? Continue reading “Centered Expectation”
Picture a cage, the shape is not important. On one side of this cage, you have the popularity of modern day contemporary Christianity. On the other side, we have the Theologian preacher who provides the traditionalism of deeper Christianity. Neither side is wrong, just different.
What I am about to share, the majority will probably disagree, and that’s okay. This is not an opinion of mine, this is a perspective of what my eyes and my heart see. Continue reading “the common cage”