One of many books we had to read for a theology class in university was titled "If God is God, Then Why?" (by Al Truesdale). I flipped through the book and saw so much highlighted, that I decided to read it again. I remember writing several reflections about this book and after reading it and … Continue reading If God is God Then Why?
I started reading a nerdy self- help book (The 7 habits of Highly Effective People) and wanted to share what I thought was a noteworthy concept we often confuse or misprioritize - dependence, independence, and interdependence. (highlighted in blue are direct words from the book) Many people think they need to isolate themselves for several … Continue reading Dependence, Independence & Interdependence
Being aware of where we are in our spiritual awakening journey is important. It gives us a compass to know which direction we need to move forward in the inner world. Take some time to consider what stage you are at today. Sometimes we may even go through the stages many times and peel down … Continue reading The Stages Of Spiritual Awakening
I truly related this blog post,because it stated the obvious—sometimes our careers are not our vocations, they are just a necessary obligation to uphold finances in our life. Here are a few quotes from the blog that relate to what I’m trying to say, because sometimes other people are able to say things in a … Continue reading Surrendering to Vocation
It's a new year, whoo! With the new year, I started to think, I wonder what the year has in store for me. And then I thought harder about that phrase and realized how that phrase almost implicitly is stating that the year is predetermined... but it's totally not! So it honestly got me thinking … Continue reading Freewill – A Rich Byway That You Create
I was doing a devotional for an English class and we had to read a short Essay from some boring person in history (jk, I'm sure they were actually really important and contributed something) Anywayys, I really liked a portion of it. It really inspired me to be more open about struggles we go through. … Continue reading Words that Inspire