Moving from one place to the next requires motion and motion requires movement.
The last couple of weeks have been spent adjusting through transitions as life takes its course. You know the saying, “Life happens” – yeah, that. With most of my friends having completed their undergrad just over a month ago, here I am, still treading the last month of a spring semester. My pace is totally okay. Wow, applying this back to child development with comparing Piaget vs Vygotsky’s view on the process of development – I’m moving forward and I’m not on the same timeline as anyone else, but God’s. (At least that’s what I pray for).
Moving from my student house of two years, neighbourhood for four, and into a loft close to the school, life is happening people! One early morning at 4:30am last week, I woke up and felt so confused. I asked myself, where am I? My mind was suddenly confused, questioning am I home? Where are my roommates? Do I have class today?
Ever have those times where you just want time to stand still because life seems to be taking the fast lane?
Well friends, that’s whats up with LifeisaBeaut right now. Your girl’s been trying her best to make it to the finish line, and I know my posts have been on hold, too.
Just know I’m still here! Tune into my #QOTDs on my Instagram stories, and pray for me and each other ❤ As for now, those are the most time I can dedicate to this ministry in this season.
So I ask that you bear with me and be patient. I’ve got posts on the way, but it will likely be by mid-June that you’ll see the next Spoken For chapter reflection post.
Whatever your season right now, my prayer for you is that you continue to seek meaning in what your purpose is. How do you do that? Get your journal or open notes on your phone and ask yourself the following questions:
- Why are you motivated to wake up each morning?
- What brings you joy at the end of the day?
- Where are you finding strength?
- What is my purpose and am I “walking” in it? (by “walking in it”, I mean, are you living out what you’re meant to be doing?) — you know it’s what you’re meant to do when you want to keep doing it, and learning more about it, so that you can get better at it. Call it passion, fate, etc – it’s purpose!
“God says you’re one of a kind. He wants you to become more of who He created you to be, not a copy of someone else.” – Holley Gerth, You are Loved No Matter What
— LifeisaBeaut ❤