"It feels good to achieve closure. Sometimes, though we become unwilling to sacrifice that sensation even when it's clear we're making a mistake" - Charles Duhigg
I'm learning both in real life and my spiritual life that there's a certain power in asking questions...even if the question feels foolish.
I was reminded how my doubts, fears, insecurities, and misunderstandings of grace block my spirit from trusting in the abundance of good that God promises His children.
I would have struggled so much more if it were not for the helpful travel nurse community, so I want to pass everything I've learned onto you!
We are each surrounded by a communion of saints, living and deceased, in our daily lives. We are never fighting the battle alone, however much it may feel like it.
We treat people better than how we ourselves expect to be treated.
If the English language is lacking one thing, it lacks adequate verbiage to describe love.
I have peace and joy in the fact that I belong to the Lord. He can do with me whatever He wants. And He wants me to love Him, wherever I am, with whomever I am with, whatever circumstance I am in.
In what life does great, wonderful, serendipitous stuff happen in one weekend? Apparently in mine.
What the heck is going on!? All I want to do is be settled. Comfortable, settled, secure. Apparently that’s not what the big guy in the sky wants for me.