Words are one of the most powerful weapons available to man. Wars are started and ended by words themselves. According to the Bible, the world was created by words. The Bible referred to as the word of God also lets us know that the words we speak are spirit and they are life. John 6:63… Continue reading Word Weapon
The Fresh Start Effect
Happy New Year!!! Welcome to 2022🥳 I delve a little bit into psychology today as you might have wondered what the title of this post means. The fresh start effect is a phrase coined in psychology to represent the phenomenon of people looking to a major landmark such as a milestone birthday, a new month,… Continue reading The Fresh Start Effect
Core Values and How they Shape our Lives.
Photo by Emily Morter on Unsplash What are Core Values? They're the guiding principles influencing our everyday decisions. They predominantly determine how we pattern our actions. They can range anything from family to love, friendship, freedom, personal growth, etcetera. The sooner one figures out what these are, the sooner one can live by them. Your… Continue reading Core Values and How they Shape our Lives.
Living vs. Existing
Are you living or just existing? There's a great difference between living and merely existing. We exist only when we simply allow ourselves to drift through life. Doing things without reason or purpose. Instead of choosing to affect others positively or leaving behind a mark. It's doing things simply because it's a norm. In living,… Continue reading Living vs. Existing
Race: Run With Purpose. Featuring Life Lessons from a Game.
There are so many metaphors with which to describe life. As individuals, we each have our own definition of what life means to us. A general metaphoric scenario is that life is a race. We all run, but the manner in which we run is what makes us different, and sets us apart from the… Continue reading Race: Run With Purpose. Featuring Life Lessons from a Game.
Lessons from my Shoe Rack
Why did the wisest man look at everything as vanity?
We have learned that it's sometimes okay to say no to others, but do you know how to say no to yourself?
To deny yourself of things that you can do. Choosing delayed gratification instead of instant gratification. This is something our generation seems to struggle with.
Scriptural Ref: Ecc. 2:9-10, 5:10-12.
Do you give in to every impulse, desire and pleasure?
Exercising restraint and denial is godly.
A Lesson in Missed Opportunities
Many times we're looking, but not really seeing. Opportunities lie right in front of us but we're much too blind, or rather just distracted to see them. Like distorted glasses covering our eyes, we need them removed to get a higher, a greater perspective towards life. Sometimes, we just have our energies focused on the… Continue reading A Lesson in Missed Opportunities
25 Life Lessons at 25
Spoiler alert! This is a birthday post. I turn silver today, a quarter of a century. Cool ain't it? I've decided to share some of my favourite life lessons with you as a birthday memoir. The lessons span my core three topics on the blog: LIFE, LOVE and of course GOD. This post is a… Continue reading 25 Life Lessons at 25
Waiting with Grace: Self-Control in The Wait
They say patience is a virtue. They also say patience is not necessarily the ability to wait, but rather the manner in which you wait. Patience is not just the ability to wait, but how we act while waiting. - Joyce Meyer A key component to successful waiting is having the virtue of self-control. I… Continue reading Waiting with Grace: Self-Control in The Wait
3 Steps to Combating Information Overload
As you do probably already know, I'm an advocate for mental health. Several weeks back, I suffered from consistent migraine headaches. I wondered at the root cause. And I didn't get a break till I discovered it to be: INFORMATION OVERLOAD. Never has any generation been as exposed to a plethora of information as much… Continue reading 3 Steps to Combating Information Overload