Where to start?

Kristan post on December 23rd, 2012
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Have you ever had so much to say, that not a word comes out?
Your so overwhelmed, that you just can’t talk?

That is sometimes how I feel about writing! Truth is, I don’t type very fast, as fast as my mind goes anyway. I don’t spell very well, I’m sure you might have noticed.

It takes time to write, it takes time to talk, it takes a dedication.

I like writing, well typing, even though sometimes it is a challenge to stay motivated and committed, as well as consistency. it’s like life, life takes all of those things. I started this blog to inspire other people in any way I can. I want to inspire you all to be motivated, committed and have consistency and reaching for your dreams (small or large) and accomplishing your goals!

Today, I was so very blessed to see my kiddos in an amazingly special CHRISTmas service. They did so well, and were so excited and proud of themselves. This is where dreams, goals, and accomplishments begin, as well as in sports and school. They don’t know it, however, they are learning about how to change the world, and be a part of it.

AND, they are having fun doing it!!

That is a big lesson for us, as adults!!

We need to strive to have kept that motivation, commitment and consistency that even children have. They are present in the moment and no matter what, they open up their eyes each day to a new day, with new challenges and moments! They believe, and hope, they LOVE! They see life so bright, without ever being overwhelmed at what lies ahead of them, or even what happened in the past.

Just like Jesus did. I think that’s why it is said, “God’s greatest gift is life.” Our children, all of them, in the world, are our gifts.

Life.

As long as we have life and we are still here, we can take one task, one moment and one day at a time.

Joyce Mayer had a great quote this morning.

“You’re not a failure until you stop trying.
If you have no other testimony you have this one:
‘I’m still here.’”

Start there. “I’m still here.” That’s where I am on someday’s, today anyway.

Another quote I love by Joyce Mayer is,

“Your worst day with God will be better than your best day without Him.” and when I think of this, I have no worries, because I know that God is with me, even when I am having the hardest of times, I know he counts every tear I cry, as it says in .

Forever and A Day

Here is a great blog about this by Lisa Harper.

I take a breath, and start with the next moment, knowing God is with you.




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3 responses .

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very inspiring :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    I love it… just what I needed to hear

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