Miscommunication in relationships is like Oxygen in water. We all yearn to deeply connect with our friends. How well we manage the inevitable conflicts determines how deeply we’ll we connect with people around us.
To everything, there’s a season and a time, including our pains and challenges. Just as a pregnant woman will not carry her baby forever, so are there due dates to our struggles. The real question is not when will this end, but will we abort the baby before its due time? Will we be prepared when delivery time is set?
“When you kill time, remember that it has no resurrection.” ― A.W. Tozer
Do you have regrets about wasted time and opportunities? I know I do. I can think of many occasions, I squandered my time on meaningless pursuits.
How would we live our lives if we realized that we carried in us pieces of answers to people’s problems?
What if we deliberately decide to notice people’s pain? What if our plans occasionally get interrupted? Would it mean something to us that stopping for the “one” might pull them, a step closer to the father’s love?
Why are many Christians broken and beaten up in life? Some are battered in the workplace, in relationships, in finances, in marriage, in career, and in many other areas. I shudder to think that the Christian life is a drag for many of us. If this is true, why is it so? What could possibly be the reason? Please read more in blog
Like magnets, our attitudes are forces that pull us to the outcomes we design for ourselves through our perceptions.
It may interest us to know that not all chairs we sit on are adapted to moving us far. Even though 2018 is a new year with new opportunities, let’s don’t forget it’s the old us that entered it. What are the chances that things will change If we do nothing differently?
“Disappointment to a noble soul is what cold water is to burning metal; it strengthens, tempers, intensifies, but never destroys it.” Eliza Tabor