The Closed Door

“The Lord gave him physical recovery through food and sleep, and after that a fresh new mission.” If you haven’t read my previous blog, it might help you if you’re tired and exhausted.

Today marks for me a closure of a season that was—sudden ad hoc projects that kept extending indefinitely or giving birth to new ad hoc projects. Formal meetings with formal closures somehow made me feel that the door has finally been closed, and a whole new playroom awaits to be explored. While there’s still a few more things to do until the end of the week, there’s just a fresh wind of newness after today that I have now started to think ahead and how to bring back some sort of rhythm to my own work and also for the people I get to work with. Before this day, thinking ahead or finding a rhythm was simply impossible, which, obviously drives someone wired like me no less than crazy.

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I have plenty because I have little.

I came across the story of a widow who was in desperate lack financially that her late husband’s creditor was about to collect her two sons as payment for their debt. I couldn’t imagine the stress! But she got out of this situation, miraculously, after she brought her concern to God and did what He…

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Horror or Honor

There’s that itch to write again for how many days now but I don’t know what to write about. Then I remembered saying in a recent post, “Writing helps me process and remember that which I want to chronicle—life and learnings. Writing helps me remember.” So how was my week and what do I not…

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