dahil sabi noon sa lobby ng masci,
brevity is the soul of wit.
sabi ng wit ko, WANTED: SOUL.
i hate it when the “anywhere but here” syndrome hits. one of my biggest challenges is being present: not just showing up to where i am supposed to but more importantly, bringing the entirety of who i am and what i can do. too often, i am consumed by daydreams, or i fast forward the day in my head. upon waking up, i think of work; while working, i imagine spending time with (hold up. this is the first time i’m using the phrase in my blog…) my husband (… and now my insides are melting); with him, i imagine sleeping during the night (sorry beb); and yes, while sleeping, my dreams are hyperactive too. somehow, everything becomes a blur and the tragedy of having nothing to show for the day happens quite too often.
MUST REMEMBER. wherever you go, go with all your heart. go with all your guts. yes, daydreams included.
It’s been a year, @jebcrevin. Ikaw, ikaw pala, ikaw lang. ❤️ #aug11 #greenpinkgreengreengreen (at UCCP-Ellinwood Malate Church)
Bilang panahon ng unit tests, bumenta ang payong ito sa mga highschoolers ko kanina. Pero hindi ko maalala kanina kung saan ko nakita. I should’ve known—- si @agentghee rin ang tagapayo ko nung #highschool sa jeep e! 😂 Salamat Ge!👊
#Repost from @agentghee
lemme go back to my knitting. (buti na lang marunong ako from grade 6 HELE.)
What Are You Thinking?
by Joyce Meyer
Have you ever thought that nothing good is going to happen to you? Maybe you’ve even said something like “If I don’t expect anything good to happen, I won’t be disappointed if it doesn’t.”These thoughts are obstacles in your mind, and simply recognizing them will pave the way to your freedom. As Christians, we need to learn to fight for our thoughts, because our minds don’t automatically come into agreement with God’s plans.
I can look back at it and remember thinking, I’m probably never going to be in worldwide ministry—I probably just made that up because I wanted it to happen. It probably wasn’t God’s will at all. This was my obstacle, and it was a lie all the time. I had encountered so many disappointments in my life that I was afraid to believe anything good might happen. And when I really began to study the Word and to trust God to restore me, I realized my negativism had to go.
last reblog for the day.
if there’s one thing i discovered in recent years, it’s that it takes more than regular lunch dates to get to know people and keep friendships. i know though that however I may lack as a friend, Jesus overcompensates.