There are a lot of things to be thankful for. First and foremost, salvation. Knowing that God loves you and me so much that he sent his son to die for us. And yes, you and I have the right and freedom to believe that. I chose to believe. 🙂
Thank You For Saving Me by Delirious
And in spite of the bad moments, there maybe someone there that we’re grateful for. To them
Thank You by Dido
And thanks to you, the readers, for stopping by and doing just that, reading. And yes commenting. 🙂 This was a fun journey.
We don’t have to have a red cape or super powers to do what’s right. 🙂
This post’s song, Hero By Superchick
Happy Monday everyone. 🙂 🙂
This post’s song, Somewhere Over The Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
We see some people doing and saying stuff that we may find disgusting, but sometimes we don’t know why they’re doing it, what’s their reason(s). So before jumping in and judging, find out why. No way condoning their actions.
This post’s song, They Don’t Understand by Sawyer Brown
When life gives you a hard time, what do you do?
This post’s song Time For A Cool Change by Little River Band
Please pay attention to the quotes in the video. 🙂
The corruption in governments, political representatives.
Something’s happening in my country, the people are becoming more aware. Silence is no longer the order of the day. And I’m liking it. There’s a growing anger for the somewhat passive nature. No violence, but constructive actions. No more ignorance.
My faith’s not in the government of this country, it’s in God, in Jesus his son that died for me. But they are and were elected for purposes, and they’ve failed, and continue to fail. Thumps are ready.
This post’s song Redemption Song by Bob Marley.
What do you do when you’re not just angry, but very angry?
Something happened on Friday that made me angry, and by that evening I became very angry because the problem was exasperated by the actions of the people involved.
When I’m angry, I try to control it. I try to remain quiet so as not to let this emotion get the better part of me. I keep my distance emotionally and physically. And if the person/people that made me angry can be approach, I let them know what they did. And if they can’t, I try to move on. I pray about it and read my Bible. I did both, and by Saturday, I was feeling a little better. I also listened to music.
By Sunday, after church went to the grocery store. Got hit on by a guy in the store; took a walk and got hit on again. Even if they had called me sexy, a term I hate being called because it makes me uncomfortable, right at that moment, I wouldn’t have mind. I was in such a good relaxed mood. And yeah, my cashier was nice.
We all get angry; there’s nothing wrong with it, but what we do with it, what we do when we’re in that state of mind is what matters. And don’t get upset over trivial things, that energy can be use for much better things. 🙂
I listened to this song repeatedly over the weekend.
This post’s song, Requiem For A Dream, Lux Aeterna by Clint Mansell