With ample time on my hands due to the safer at home aka quarantine orders because of COVID-19, I thought I'd give y'all some reading ideas.
"Perfectionism is simply an addiction to control and a refusal to accept imperfection in some human endeavor." - Colleen Carroll Campbell, The Heart of Perfection
I am not the master builder of my life. God is.
We live in a world that is driven on gift economy, which is the idea that valuables are given with an implicit agreement for future reward for the giver. This idea often pervades our personal relationships from parent-child to romantic to friends. We often give in the expectation of receiving. That is not how God designed relationships.
the glory of love is that when we love authentically and generously, our hearts become more like Christ and are able to love more perfectly.
It's natural to want something difficult to end. It's natural to try to fix things. It's natural to want to feel better. But wonder drugs are not real and pretending that they are is dangerous.
The thing with health care is that there’s a million ways to do it, and it’s really up to you...There’s not one perfect way to become an NP.
Compassion might hurt, but it also heals.
You know how when your dreams become a reality, they're more challenging yet somehow better than you could have ever imagined?
I do not know about you, but the signs above Jesus on the crucifix never made sense to me. Almost every crucifix we see in churches have INRI written on them. That's all fine and good. INRI stands for "Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum" which means, "Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews" in Latin. That makes… Continue reading The Sign (+ Other Pics from Rome!)