I am so happy to share the last of this very short “chapter on appreciation” posts. Although, friendship may come and go. I am grateful for the learning experience and respecting what friendship truly is. The understanding of how important relationships work. I’m not stating a relationship is defined by dating, but the value of how a relationship is with our family and our friendships. I have learned, recently; you should never be defined by who you are with, but who you are as a person. How you treat others and, most importantly, yourself.
“We sometimes encounter people, even perfect strangers, who begin to interest us at first sight, somehow suddenly, all at once, before a word has been spoken.” |Fyodor Dostoevsky|
When I see leaves changing color, I immediately think of the lyrics:
Good evening! I love spotify and this song was on the “Top Christian Tracks” 🙂
I have been putting this song on repeat!
Good evening! There are moments I am so grateful for amazing people in my life. Especially those I can talk to whenever I am able to. These amazing people in my life deserves to be applauded and they deserve many warm, long and tight hugs. 🙂
I hear you calling my name out. I got nothing to left to say now.”
“I hope you find someone who is brave enough to enter your storm, and respects you enough to love the size of your waves. I hope you find someone who will relish the calm you can have, and who is eager to set sail on the expanse of your mind. I hope you find someone that can’t escape the love they have for you, because now they have you in their very blood, always reminding them that you are the only sea worth exploring.”
A Wednesday evening I had one of those instances where I just had a “light bulb” moment. A reflective moment. A moment where I just go “OH. I can see a little more clearly now.” In fact, a moment which I know my worth is so, SO much brighter from yesterday and even more brighter tomorrow because of God’s rich mercy He has given to me. My mind was quite preoccupied with my thoughts, but still letting my ears allow the Lord’s thoughts come in, too.