October 1, 2017. Where did the Summer go? Where did this year go? Time is moving faster and faster! Today’s the perfect Fall day. Crisp, cool air and sunny. I took a walk around a local lake and stopped to enjoy a bench in the sun. It was a warm relief from the chilly wooded trail. As I soaked up the sun, I remembered the day the Holy Spirit washed over my body.
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This morning I woke up and I said to God, “thank you for something good to happen today. Something unexpected and suddenly.”
I started praising God like this on the morning of March 3. The same day my beloved kitten, Scout died (read more about his story at Lessons from a Kitten). The first day I asked God for something good to happen I lost my kitten, suddenly and unexpectedly. But that didn’t stop me from repeating it again and again. In the beginning, I would remember to say it on most days. Like any new habit it takes time to become routine.
I feel like praising God instead of worrying, begging, complaining to Him helps manifest what we want and need quicker. The past few days I’ve been in a slump as it happens to most people. I was complaining and worrying a lot more than usual. Then, it dawned on me (probably after all the hours I spent listening to Joel Osteen) “I am going to be happy now. Continue reading “Today Was a Good Day”
When I finished college a semester early at 21 years old, I didn’t know what I wanted to do as a career. I studied Communications with a minor in Public Relations but I wasn’t passionate about it. All I knew was I wanted to help people but I didn’t know how. I interviewed at PR firms and explored other industries and I eventually landed a job at an educational non-profit. I was excited to have a job offer and felt something special about this company! I justified that I was helping people every day by making my colleagues lives a little easier and helping the students the company served. However, it never filled the void of truly helping people in a sense that I was looking for. Continue reading “Hello World!”