I’ve always felt that the word “forgive” is overused and misconstrued. I understand why everyone says it and encourages it, it’s for our own good really. Even if the bible doesn’t require us to forgive unrepentive people, we should still do it for our own personal peace. Continue reading Can you Forgive and Still Remain Angry?
Mr. Wonderful surprised me with a weekend getaway to a bed & breakfast known as The Simmons-Bond Inn in Toccoa, Ga.
Toccoa is the home of Toccos Falls; the waterfall in the movie “The Shack”. I read the book years ago. It was gifted to me by my close friend, Gail, and then Mr. Wonderful and I saw the movie when it came out last year. Continue reading Waterfalls and Mountain Climbing
In our youth, due to our aspirations and interests, we gravitate toward certain friends. Whether we fancy cheerleading, fitness, the high school drama club or even a love for rebellion and underage drinking, we’re drawn to others with the same passions and we’re influenced by them. Continue reading Choose Your Company Wisely
This is so very true. As children, learning, we have poor judgement and therefore make mistakes, but we are to learn right from wrong in those mistakes, take responsibility for ourselves and mature. In this, our repeated actions, are what shape our character. They write on our slate and define who we are to everyone around us. We either choose to do right or we choose to do wrong.
You can say anything about yourself, just as others can say anything about you but it’s not what you say or what others say, it’s what you do. “Your actions” that show everyone who you are. Continue reading The Content of Your Character?
I love to read so when I travel I hit all the local used books stores and load up on books. I’ve had this books for quite some time but now wish I’d bought it when it was first released and paid full price because it explains my mindset and what’s in my heart, better than I ever could find the words to do. Continue reading Your Life Is Your Own, What Will You Do With It?