Worth More Than Your Looks

Guest post by Sarah Kidd

I just want to give a shout out to you girls…
I care for you. I may not speak up much or dig deep into your lives, but I watch and listen and see quite a bit. I feel for you and pray for you. You face a tough world — a world full of criticism and expectation and lies. And I just want you to know, you can choose: you can choose what you focus on, you can choose who you listen to; you can choose what you fill your heart and mind with day in and day out. Continue reading “Worth More Than Your Looks”

Life Transitions -Preparing for the Unknown Change

I don’t like changes!  The word transition sounds like a calm word but in reality these changes can be quite abrupt. You go from being single to being married, from being without children to being a parent, from being healthy to being sick, from being married to being widowed, from being “with someone” to being “without,” from being a parent with a child in the house to being an “empty nester.” Life transitions can seem more like the crashing of waves against treacherous rocks.

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Waiting Is Not Wasted

footprints in sand on a deserted beach

Oh, I wish that I could tell you with certainty that “Good things come to those who wait,” and, “Your dreams will come true,”

but I can’t.

Even if you do everything right (whatever that means!), there is no guarantee with how your life with unfold. There are too many complexities in life to assure a certain outcome. I would dare say that the self-help book genre would completely disappear if we could follow a certain set of directions and then KNOW how our lives would turn out.

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