Re-visiting the Goals of my Blog

back in timeI started this blog way back in 2011, not my idea at all. Blogging was new to me, I hardly read any to mention but I was no novice to writing and God had given me something to share.  Like most people who start blogging, I had been called to share the footprints of my testimony even before it would materialise – call it a step in faith.

So the Colonel’s intent (a phrase stolen from ‘Made to Stick’ by Chip and Dan Heath) of this blog was to share my healing journey – this was my overarching goal. Continue reading Re-visiting the Goals of my Blog

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Today…

So true… make each moment count

Reflections from Beit-Shalom

You woke up this morning. All we really have is this one day. The past is over. We have no idea how much future we will have in this life.

When you woke up, you were given another 24 hours (and some of you less than that).

What will you do with these precious hours with which you have been gifted?

Remember, every word you speak just might be your last ones.

Every action you take just might be your last one.

What do you want people to remember about your last interaction with them?

Think about that.

We never know how much time we (or the people in our lives) still have.

Every interaction with another is, potentially, our last one…whether because it is our last day or it is theirs.

What do we want our last interactions with others to be?

What memories do we want to carry?

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