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Can we have a soul talk today? I just want to take today and raise a few questions. Is that ok with you?
Have you ever watched a romantic comedy, completely fallen in love with the male character and totally obsessed over the romance of that movie for weeks?
… me too.
I believe we are still single as long as we are not married which is why you should maximize your singleness. I am sharing a great sermon about this today and a few other cool things.
The other day somebody commented on a picture that Valentine’s Day is just like any other day and I have had many a conversation with other people about how useless Valentine’s Day is. But I believe Valentine’s Day is just a great opportunity to stop in our track and be reminded of how important another person is for us.
I honestly used to cry a lot on V-Day and I used to hate it until I made a choice.
You know how they say you have to be the right person before you find the right person. Well, but how do I know that I am the right person? How do I become the right person?
If you read my blog from last week, you know that my dating history is well… rocky and connected to a lot of heartache. Very obviously, I have not been the right person very many times.
I am a romantic. Always have been. I don’t just mean romantic moments between two people but romantic moments, which just happen like biking in summer rain or standing on the shore feeling the salt and the wind on your skin. However, today I am not sharing with you all those wonderful romantic moments I have had with another person but I am sharing with you about unrequited love.
Maybe you are going through a pretty tough season now where all your dreams, desires and passion seem to be burning away. But I believe you are being refined to become the absolute best version of yourself. Maybe it is time for you to set your past on fire.
Last year I wanted to go to this very special Christmas market and nobody had time to go with me but I really wanted to go and so I decided to go by myself to proof something to myself. I cried all the way driving there. I felt so lonely and alone.