The greatest things in life aren’t things.Rick Warren Man's quest for the meaning of life is as old as time, and we've stumbled on a bunch of different ways to measure the substance of our existence. Materialism has been a popular worldview that filters how we see and understand the world around us. It teaches… Continue reading Chasing The Wind
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
I used to think there was nothing of such, but I’ve been proven wrong. You might think what makes a job perfect would be the monetary remuneration, working conditions, perks and benefits, and you’ll be right. But that’s not all there is to it. The ideal job is one that brings forth opportunities to advance,… Continue reading What is The Ideal and Perfect Job? Smart Work Vs Hard Work
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.
Is often a mess. You don't see what it took to get there. Only the results, mostly that's what people care about, not the process but end results... However, life is not all cookie-cutter and perfect. Perfectionism is a myth, don't fall for the bane. You're allowed to simultaneously be a work in progress and… Continue reading Behind the Scenes of the Perfect-dish Mentality
Scriptural Reference: Luke 14:28-30. This is why I often try my best to always count the cost. I don't like unfinished businesses. I strive to make sure whatever it is that I start, I'm without a shred of doubt able to complete it. However, at this point in my life, I've found myself getting involved… Continue reading Count the Cost.
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.
Hi Blogifam❤. I'm excited to have been nominated for my second blogging award. While these awards aren't the official kind, it is cool to be encouraged by fellow bloggers in the blogosphere (the blogging community). I've been nominated for this award by my fellow blogger Joel. Thank you very much for this opportunity. I'm thrilled… Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award
Hi blogifam💞. I'm elated and ecstatic. While the actual world writer's day was yesterday, March 3rd, I only found out about it today. This shows how sometimes, amid the bustle of everyday life, we get so busy that important things tend to slip us by rather unnoticed. Until I became a writer✍, I didn't even… Continue reading Belated Celebration: Happy International Writer’s Day
Rebirth What's your rebirth story? It is said, that there are two most important days in a person's life: The day you're born, and the day you find out why. On Discovering purpose... Today I stepped out of my comfort zone and I found myself comfortable. This post is a little out of the norm,… Continue reading Phoenix