nymph-child said: thank you for answering my question! It's really nice to hear that you like to be a nurse! It is hardwork and I think every nurse should be applauded for all the stuff they go through in order to help someone else. I hope your days are good! God bless you!
Thank you for your kind words.
God bless you too!
Back to Basics: Relationship with God
“And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave.” - Joseph Rodman Drake
Let’s not forget what Memorial Day is actually about.
Anonymous said: At this point in time, what do you look forward to the most? In the next few years, and in your life as a whole.
I look forward to seeing what is in store for the future. Life has been very busy and been a very bumpy rollercoaster ride recently. I can’t help but wonder why. For instance, why now? Why am I in the current circumstance. I can’t help but wonder if it is all happening to benefit me in some way or form - perhaps, make me a better person.
As to my whole life, I look forward to becoming more genuine each and everyday. Life is too short and in need of more genuine people. Yes, being genuine and open will cause pain, but for me I will choose to learn from that and move on. We’re all hurting inside and some people choose to dwell on it. I choose to be free from such bondage and be happy.
On a second note, something I aspire every day is to be able to spend time reading the Bible. It helps me to focus and understand. It has been a struggle for me to read the Bible, because I’m too busy trying to catch up on life. In reality, reading the Bible is not on my ‘priority’ list. It’s my hope that one day, by taking a step at a time, I will be able to learn discipline.
"Silence is a girl’s loudest cry…"
Sometimes I wonder… and my insecurities surface and takes hold.
Doubt creeps in and I don’t know what to do.
The mental battle that rages within is quite suffocating.
Then I hear a small still voice, whispering words of love and reminder.
"I love you"
Sometimes that’s all it takes,
three words, eight letters.
It’s nice to know that you’re remembered and someone cares for you.
Sometimes I think I am resilient.
Then humbling experiences such as these arise letting me realize,
I am human and I do need affirmation.
Learning new things every day.
Perhaps more about me?
No, more about God.
Learning how to depend on Him more and more.
Trying to get to know Him better and base my values in Him.
Is it a struggle?
Is it worth it?
That is what I need.
That is what I must do.