Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Verses in the Bible are amazing in the different ways they can relate to us and give us clarity at particular points in our lives. One scripture remains the same yesterday, today and forever, but the messages we receive from them can always be different depending on the challenges we are facing in the individual phases of our lives.
When juggling various challenges there is nothing more I would like to do than to take the matter into my own hands. The reality is that by the time a challenging situation has landed in my lap it is already out of my control.
Being still can be extremely difficult, but in my experience, letting go and letting God; allowing things to play themselves out delivers a way more rewarding outcome than if I would have meddled in areas of my life where my meddling fingers didn’t belong.


Thursday, September 8, 2022

The Stranger's Project

I happened to stumble across this awesome exhibit called The Stranger's Project.

I totally relate to the story: "I wrote something but then I started to overthink like I do with everything." It's as if I wrote that one myself.

What's so cool about stories is that there is always something we can gain from each other; whether it's a different perspective or clarification on life or a dilemma.

I'm looking forward to stopping by again when I'm not in a rush!


Wednesday, September 7, 2022

I have a friend whose son was born the year my baby was due, about a month after my due date; and each year, his birthday reminds me of how old my child would have been.

When a miscarriage takes place, we women often blame ourselves. I am my own biggest and worst critic. I've combed over every single thing I did back then and plague myself with guilt about what I could have done differently.

I confided in a friend that the timing of my pregnancy wasn't right and that maybe if I had just waited until the right time, things might have turned out differently. She reminded me that everything in this life is already preordained. Things happen the way they are supposed to happen and when they are supposed to happen. There are no mistakes and everything happens for a reason.

What belongs to me shall come to me - I just have to trust the process and I know, without a doubt, that my process is not in vain.

May this [Yogi Tea] message encourage you however it relates to your individual life journey!