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Learning to Reflect and Refocus
How many of you like to reflect on past experiences? It’s so helpful to spend some time thinking quietly and considering the past. Oftentimes, reflection leads us to refocus. As we reflect, we see the benefit of enjoying each moment more clearly and determine not to let them slip through our fingers. Real life experiences are our greatest teache...
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Learning to Accept Life As It Is
Today I’m sharing the last of my five lessons learned in the last five years. (Catch up by reading part 1, part 2, and part 3, part 4.) I started this series by talking about a big change that led us down a path of surrender, grief, and managing expectations. But in the end, what we finally had to do, was accept our life as it is now, and not as...
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Living With Expectancy Instead of Expectations
Today, I’m continuing my series about the five biggest lessons I learned in the last five years. (Catch up by reading part 1, part 2, and part 3.) I’ve been thinking about today’s topic for a while. Expectations. I love the line by Gloria Gaither that says, "Live with expectancy, rather than with expectations.” It captures what I’ve learned perf...
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Letting Grief Move You Towards Discovery
I’m continuing my series today on the five lessons I learned in the last five years. (You can read part 1 and part 2 to catch up.) Today I want to share how grieving takes us into a place of discovery. I am not unfamiliar with grief. Anytime there is a loss there is some degree of grieving. I've experienced a few losses in my life that caused me...
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Learning to Embrace Surrender
Today I’m continuing to share about the five biggest lessons I learned in the last five years. As a quick recap, my husband and I made the hard but necessary decision five years ago to move to Texas, leaving the family, friends, and businesses we loved so much. Last time, I spoke about change. Today, we’re talking about surrender. Years ago, I t...
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Change Is Constant
We’re a few weeks into 2019 and as we reflect on the past year, many of us clearly see some of the changes we've experienced. Some changes surprised us and others we planned for. I clearly remember the year 1999 and all the hype about going into the 21st century. I was almost convinced by all the messages that the world would blow up when the cl...
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Getting Even or Giving Grace
On Thanksgiving morning, I received a text from someone I didn’t know. It was a "go fund me" request and I didn’t know if it was legitimate or not. I asked who they were but within a few seconds, there was another text. I realized then that this was a group text. This other person responded in a tone that was so vulgar and nasty it made my stoma...
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With and Without Faith
When I read the line, “Without faith NOTHING IS POSSIBLE and with it NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE," it challenges me. Faith, in simple terms, is believing in what you cannot see. We live it out every day. When you have what you want or ask for, you no longer need faith. I think many of us have more questions about faith and how it actually works than w...
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The Wonder and Ponder of Christmas
The sights and sounds of Christmas are all around us! Shopping centers brimming and shoppers loaded with gifts. Kids waiting in long lines to have their pictures with Santa. Christmas music plays in the background. This is the Christmas scene in the 21st century. This scene is worlds apart from the scene in Bethlehem long ago. Every year when I ...
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My Very Own Christmas Miracle
I’ve been hearing lots of Christmas Carol this season as I’m shopping and it always makes me want to hum along. There's something about Christmas that floods me with memories and thrills my heart. Christmas takes me back to my childhood. My memories are not about Christmas trees, decorations, lots of gifts and the marketing that we're flooded wi...
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