When I moved to Alaska….
Confrontations with co-workers, friends or family.
My daughter when she gave birth to my grandson, and the love she has for him. LOVE is amazing.
Being a single parent taught me to persevere in prayer. I had to dig deep to muster up courage to face many things; abandonment, poverty, and hardships I didn’t imagine I would ever have to face. But through it all I became a better person. I’m thankful for the relationships developed during that period of my life; with my daughter, friends and co-workers who gave us much needed love and support. I am especially grateful for Jehovah GOD who was my constant companion.
I think that place would be reserved for the Great I Am, the maker of the heaven and earth, the God of Abraham, of Issac and Jacob. My God who sustains me daily. May he continue to have an enduring love towards me and my family and forgive us all of our many shortcomings.
I use to get depressed or feel defeated. Now, I feel grateful for what I have and content for where I’m at in life and for what I have accomplished.
In my darkest days, GOD has always shown up for me. 💖🙏
I give my time, energy, resources and love to support the growth and aspirations of those I love, and I put their wants and needs before my own. I only feel gratitude to be the giver and live in service for my family, friends, and co-workers. To have the opportunity daily to love each of them as well as I’ve evolved to.
There are times when I love someone so much that I hold them so tightly and I need to be able to let go of them. I should be grateful for my relationship and experiences with them. This question feels painful to me, not exactly sure why.
If I assumed the absolute the best about everyone I met; I’d definitely get along better with others and probably make a few new friends too.
It would change my focus off of the past into the present; where life, love, and happiness exist in the current moment, and it’s happening right now.
I must be loyal to myself and stand up for what I believe in and when I am not sure, I need to contemplate and keep silent.
I feel at peace right now at work. I can welcome this peace by focusing on all the positive aspects of my job and appreciating the people I work with.
Your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.
How long the grass is after the last snow fall of the year, which was just two weeks ago.
Take time every day to get outdoors and experience God’s creation. Notice the beauty that surrounds us all in the habitat we call home.
I am looking at what’s next for my future. I have always been so concerned for everyone, except myself. Now, I need to take better care of myself, so I am around to help and not become a burden to my family.
The first word that comes to mind is perseverance. And although that is usually what I try to do when faced with a challenging situation. Maybe the situation requires a different approach or action like; God may be calling you to do something else, go somewhere else, or find someone to help you solve the challenge or situation. It may not be your challenge at all. I’ve had to learn that the hard way.
I write ‘Thank You’ notes and express my gratitude for them. I want people around me to know that I care about them personally.
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