Face it. You will eventually quit your job. It may be this year. It may be next. It may be ten years from now. But it’s inevitable. It’s only a matter of time. The only real question is: How do you pivot (professionally) without burning your bridges?
You may want to come back. I left one company, Thomas Nelson, and eventually returned and became the CEO. You never know. At the very least, you may need a reference. Continue Reading
Wish it could be easy
Why is life so messy?
Why is pain a part of us?
There are days I feel like
Nothing ever goes right
Sometimes it just hurts so much
#10. “All I have seen teaches me to trust the creator for all I have not seen.”
―Ralph Waldo Emerson
#9. “I repeat… that all power is a trust; that we are accountable for its exercise.”
#8. “Few things can help an individual more than to place responsibility on him, and to let him know that you trust him.”
―Booker T. Washington Continue Reading
I see Your fingerprints
The work of Your hands
It’s all in Your hands
I see the evidence
Leaving nothing to chance
The world’s in Your hands
Here’s an inspiring and encouraging piece pressed from openpleasures.com. It reassures and confirms the fact that weeping may only go on through the night but joy of a surety comes in the morning. Thanks Fola for sharing this and do have a fabulous birthday!
Today is my birthday. Woohoo!
I’m grateful to be alive and well. Grateful for what God has blessed me with. Grateful for where I am. Grateful for where He’s brought me from. Grateful for being blessed with a great family network and by this I refer to my immediate family, my sisters and their families as well as family friends. Grateful for being here today. Where I was last year is not where I am today and for that reason only, my heart is so full of praises to God. He is real and still very much interested in every of His children. In the light of thanksgiving, early this birthday day of mine I took a trip down a short memory lane to the past year.