Love this = Psalm 51

going through trials is a gift. endurance never moves away

drift, just like a wave, we always return to the sea, that is God.

from whatever event is disquiets the soul. even though may

this is the whole journey of life; to be one with the Oceans that

come from the love of God. vast oceans await those. we clear our

mind to get on with your life. how long are you going to back; and

do the same tragic doings. there are times that things aren’t going

to go the ways we expect. it’s okay; deal. feel it; darkness. that keeps

us grounded and dependent on His mercy. crisis will come; it’s called

life. deal. recognize the good in life. laughter and love. letting go doesn’t

mean giving up but rather accepting that there are things cannot be in a

consistent upward motion. the key is finding how to leverage the pain, and

how can we leverage the heartache so it creates lesson from which we grow

higher than if whatever event never occurred. be stronger, wiser, we stay alive.

suffering is a choice, not an unmitigated event. understand whatever hurt that

comes will go just as surly as it came. it’s only a passing moment. a period of an

educational moment. let go and let God. dependency on grace is not shameful for

a believer. there is not so much a state of being a grace junkie. we are all humanly a

grace junkie… it’s that assurance of the love freely, given once we take our first breath

that we are able contend each day of life. go on, ask. that helps make up for the state of

being a child of God. but be careful of using said grace every time shit happens. don’t be

too accustom to it however; it is addictive. when riding that wave of love, there will be the

falling down, at times, from that trips surfboard. get right back on that plank and try again.

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3 thoughts on “Love this = Psalm 51

  1. “Relax… It takes time.

    Even if you do all of the above, you won’t develop a following overnight.
    Building a sizable audience of engaged and loyal readers takes time.
    Many of the bloggers you admire have likely been at it for years.

    this ‘m aware of; being in the same stream of concept for over a decade.

    believe you me, time is more of a friend now, than then. not knowing if
    the reality lying just beyond the horizon of this life is all that precious to
    others as is me; but that’s okay. they, you don’t have to voice approval.

    ‘i thank you God for most this amazing day: for the leaping greenly spirits
    of trees and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything which is natural
    which is infinite which is yes.’
    E. E. Cummings

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