I recently wrote about how knowing your purpose is a key to living in joy. But what if we don't know our purpose? What if we've never been able to work it out? - Then this post will really, practically help you... Maksud continued to wander the wilderness, the cold east wind blowing her hair … Continue reading 015 Finding your purpose and some Japanese thinking (Ikigai)
Maksud wanders as if blown by the wind, from one experience to the next. Her mind always drawn by the desires of childhood hidden deep within her soul. She pushes them down and carries on. Recalling them cuts her heart and causes regret to spill like blood around her mind. But those dreams and those desires … Continue reading 014 Knowing your purpose is a key to living in joy
As I walked my girls to school this morning I posed the question to my oldest (whose smile was upside down): "What is the one thing you can do today that will make you feel joy?" She pondered the thought and smiled as she said slowly "I don't know". I could see a few things … Continue reading 013 Joy can be found intentionally
Today's' post is a very short encouragement regarding God's view of you. We often view God as distant and unconcerned with our lives - but this is so far from the truth. There's a song in the bible that says the following: “But let all who take refuge in you rejoice; let them sing joyful … Continue reading You are blessed with the favour and love of God
It shuffled silently through the undergrowth, the stench of its breath illuminated like mist under a cold full moon. I could almost feel the darkness within it as I hid, trembling in the tree trunk, heart bursting in the fear of being found. It wandered past slowly and I exhaled my relief. That was when … Continue reading ‘The Stenchmire’ – about facing your fears
This morning I had the privilege of participating (gatecrashing!!) a Twitter conversation on the subject of 'self care'. Too many of us care for others and neglect ourselves in the process. We end up tired, taken for granted, or at worst... burnt out! We are not meant to burn out in the pursuit of supporting, … Continue reading Self care – the art of burning brightly
What is the heart of the Christmas Story, and what has this got to do with #homelessness?