While I was looking through various quotes, I came across this one quote which reveals the sincerity and truth of a writer’s mind. A writer whose heart is filled with joyful memories, or hardships. The writer’s thought is a significant detail of themselves wanting their voice to be heard:
“The Bible is the only book where the Author is in love with the reader.” I was awestruck by this sentence, and I decided to add words around this sentence. I hope you enjoy it. 🙂
For a few months I had this idea. Well, a thought kept coming in the back of my head and kept repeating “Invisible Band” I was clueless as to why the Lord has been echoing these words to me. Initially when you think of bands as an earthly view… you think of wedding bands: commitment, loyalty and some other words which categorizes marriage. There are times (because I’m super weird) that I felt like there was a wedding band on my fourth finger although it was not visible and then I had a light bulb moment and the echoing words of “invisible band” made sense to me.
At times I feel so low, helpless (I must add) and I kept thinking that I need to keep my chin up because I am a natural doubter and I over think things, and it’s pathetic to intense anxiety more than it should be.
I am a seeker of His mercy, seeker of His grace, seeker of humility, seeker of kindness, seeker of goodness. As I seek so many attributes and conditioning myself to love fully and to embrace the essence of “I will always have enough.” At the end of the day I go back and forth by wanting so many tangible things and comparing myself by what others have or what others are capable of doing which I am not in any position to compose myself the same way. Continue reading “lover of details”→
Today and everyday I’m thankful to reunite with dearest friends (old and new): To chat in person or on the phone or by email and to wonder about life and to reminisce of our past gatherings or our hopes and dreams.
I wrote this in the mindset of being there for those we love, but also knowing we don’t have any power to keep them. We do, however, have the power to stir their hearts with love, kindness, goodness and memories. How beautiful it is to be comforted by Christ who gave us an image of His love through others. Enjoy 🙂