Why my life has order

With so many laws and statues surrounding us in the world, makes me think the reasons they were put there in the first place.

As I reference the scriptures daily, it reads that God put laws and statues in place for his chosen people, some of us today know as the 10 commandments, even though there’s more than 600 commandments. They were put in place for the people to have a certain order. How that compares to life today, is another story.

Today however, it’s seems that with all the freedoms and craziness accepted in society, you need to have your own set of rules and statutes set to keep yourself centered and balanced in this life. If you don’t, be prepared for the ride of your life.

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With my personality, I need to have certain guidelines set in place for those who I encounter daily in social or work settings.

The world is a desert table, but I’m sticking to the shortbread and strawberry cake and chocolate dipped in strawberries. Everyone else can have the rest and I’m fine with that.

God said, the devil (deceiver) can have the clay, silver, gold even diamonds, he’ll take the rubies. I love that. Do you consider yourself the clay or a Ruby?

Fresh Friday, Morning!

Good Morning, Friday!

Just wondering, who else out there wakes up without the sound of an alarm going off or the children yelling and screaming from another room.

It’s a lovely feeling to experience.  It’s as though the universe has given you a customary wake up call, with peace added to the equation.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t always leave my entire trust on the universe, especially on days with events scheduled.



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Awkward Silence, how do you manage them?

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I have a new video for addressing awkward silence.  This is going to be an intro to a program I’m looking at putting together assisting those who struggle to manage themselves confidently in public settings.

Let me know what you think.  Should this be a vessel to access in helping those who don’t know where to start in these predicaments?

Second chances

I bought this Cactus plant from Walmart.  It was in full bloom and seeing as I’ve never, ever had one before, I figured go for it.

There habitat is in bright spaces, but with the winter weather,  not all days are bright and sunny.

However, as soon as the warm weather came, I went for it! I placed them outside.  BIG MISTAKE that was.  I noticed after a couple of days of sunshine the leaves started to turn pink as though they were burning, so I decided to bring them back inside.

Long story short, it died… but did it?

I decided to keep the pot, as that was what attracted me to buying the cactus in the first place.  It was just sitting around on the counter for the past couple of months, until I picked it up off the fridge (as it was cleaning day) and noticed green speckles in it.

WHAT!!?!!??!?!

It was growing again???

Yes it was, growing AGAIN.

Seeing this beautiful sight, brought me to a place of recognition.

This is my second chance.

I practice prayer in the form of conversation with the Father, and the Messiah Yahushua (Jesus), and I believe my joy for this plant was acknowledged and blessed.  We don’t know as humans what we are doing everyday and our end results sometimes end up in consequence rather than conquered.  That’s just how the life cycle goes.

However, I got a second chance, to prove myself worthy to care for something as I intended to in the first place.

Do you believe in giving second chances?

6 things managers have too

6 things managers have too

Managers take a lot of flack for upholding their positions within a company. Those of us who work within a manger department often fail to realize the constraints our managers undergo on a daily basis.

I have taken a few of those things we may take for granted when the pressures of work take over us.

 

 

 

Please share your comments and experiences working as a manager.