Loves Lost

Loves Lost

Loves lost or squandered should be lessons learned. Are we becoming wiser in matters of the heart or just repeating the same mistakes of the past? Growth should be shown continually in all aspects of our lives but especially in how we treat one another. Haven’t we yet learned to love? The clock is always ticking and no one wants to spend their golden years alone. Remember, everybody needs somebody so be good to that somebody who loves you.

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Pain and Purpose

Pain and Purpose

I thank you Lord for my pain. Sometimes being molded into what God intended for us to be hurts. We need to be stripped of our former selves and the ways we once had in order for us to serve in the purpose Jesus has planned for us. Trying to fight it only brings more pain because HIS will, will be done. We may not understand initially but our suffering is for a reason. He’ll enlighten us when it’s time, be saved; embrace the change.

Conman Evil

Conman Evil

The conman or woman are some the most evil people. Their crimes may not be violent in nature but they’re worse because they rob you of your aspirations and trust. They prey upon the vulnerable and the hopeful alike, the desperate and the dreamers. A confidence man or woman will take your last just so they can squander it. They take great pleasure in the deception, smiling while their lying. Beware of the conman or woman, some of the worlds most evil people.

Spring

Spring

It’s Spring again! As we spring forward we need to be mindful of not falling back. Spring is about newness and rejuvenation let’s not fall back into old bad habits, surround ourselves with past acquaintances that mean us no good or allow past negative thoughts to resurface and jeopardize the dreams of today. Our new future is bright, it’s now! Move forward while making the most of it. Don’t look back; leave the behaviors of the old you in the past where they belong.

The Antagonist

The Antagonist

Forever the antagonist, shamefully some people just love to hate. They live for the moment of your failure so that they can take joy in it. Your accomplishments and small victories cause them grief; it pains them to see you succeed. When you’re smiling they’re frowning and when you cry they laugh hysterically. Don’t attack back, pray for them for there’s something they’re lacking in their lives…LOVE.

Drowning You, Drowning Me

Drowning You, Drowning Me

You’re in the water; we don’t want you to drown so we pull you into the boat with us. Our vessel tosses and turns as we attempt to save you. The craft takes on water; we quickly bail the water out keeping us all afloat. There are rules in the boat; you’re not willing to follow rules so back in the water you go. Now you’re drowning again. We throw you a lifeline once again jeopardizing the safety of everyone in the boat. We almost capsize. The cycle repeats; our small craft slowly deteriorates. We spring a leak, which we try to plug. You dive back in while we make repairs. You return tired and weary and are denied access. Foolishly and selfishly you can’t understand why. Always trying to save someone who is willingly drowning themselves will cause you to become a drowning victim as well.

Family, You’ve Got to Love Them… But Not to Death

Family, You've Got to Love Them... But Not to Death

Family, you’ve got to love them… but not to death. Sometimes family members feel that it is your obligation to always support and take care of them. It’ your job to pick up their slack and make their life easier. They feel it’s their duty to completely drain you. You have more because you’re more diligent, sacrifice and save. They on the other hand are impulsive and lacking in responsibility; nothing is ever their fault. What do you mean you’re not going to give them more? They’re family! Guilt is the tool they use. Show them tough love or they’ll drain the life out of you. Family, you’ve got to love them… but not to death.