It’s not the first time that I have cried when I start to sing the Canadian national anthem. It doesn’t escape me that I live in a country that is free.
Not sure if God is speaking to me on this one. But I did get some ol’ nuggets of wisdom for the road anyway that I thought I would share here in case you’re wanting to feel inspired.
“To invent your own life’s meaning is not easy, but it’s still allowed, and I think you’ll be happier for the trouble.”
With each step I am more certain, everything will turn out fine. I have confidence the world can all be mine, they’ll have to agree I have confidence in me!
I have everything I need inside of me to make a difference. I choose to rely on the Shepherd to lead me, and because of this I know that all I do will be fruitful.
un*con*di*tion*al [uhn-kuh n-dish–uh-nl] adjective 1. Not unlimited by conditions; absolute: an unconditional promise 2. without conditions or limitations; total: unconditional surrender This is such a big word. Not just in length. It is so charged. The meaning can be so profound and hard to wrap your head around. I have been pondering it lately. I …
I want everyone to win. I want my wins to be a collective win, not grounded in it being only good for me.
Let’s take back the word feedback. It’s just advice. Remember, “Plans succeed through good counsel; don’t go to war without wise advice.” (Proverbs 20:18 NLT)
I have a choice? I have the power to choose? Now you tell me…
It’s officially spring according to the calendar. Last week, March 21 ushered in the season many people in Canada (and probably most that are somewhat north of the equator) have been patiently waiting for. The time where the weather will miraculously switch to warmth and sun.