I believe that God has planted seeds of greatness on the inside of every one of us. We all have dreams and desires, things we want to accomplish; things we want to see changed. But so many times, life has a way of stealing our dreams. We go through disappointments, face adversity, things don’t turn out as we would like. Too often, people just end up settling for second best. But God doesn’t want us to settle for second best. He wants us to be determined, press on, and pursue the greatness that’s on the inside. We should never let “good enough” be good enough!
I want to encourage you today to stir yourself up and get your fire back. Start speaking victory over your future. If one dream has died, dream another dream. Put yourself in a positive, faith-filled environment. Get around people of excellence who live passionately. Fan the flame that is in you so you can move forward into all God has in store for you!
The big guy in the little inconveniences,
So walking home from class, I got a little depressed and sad. Let’s just call it the quarter life crisis depression. I just remembered why my life isn’t the way I wanted it to be, and felt disappointed. As I walked to the parking lot, I was thinking about different ways I can try to pursue my true dreams in life. As I was driving home, I remembered I had purchased a printer and it was delivered today. I went to the mail box, but it wasn’t there. Strangely enough, the office received it, but forgot to text/email me. After picking up the printer, I was excited to test it out and try it.
Upon opening and installing the software, I realized that the printer would not install due to my Mac’s different operating system. I was angry and annoyed. I couldn’t even print at my own leisure. First world problems right?
Then I started to search the help portion to bypass the problem. As I installed a new software from the website, my annoyance died down a little too. After 20 minutes of configuring the printer, I was able to set up the printer for wireless printing.
And by this time, i had forgotten about my little quarter life crisis depression. I thank the Lord for these inconveniences that distract me from my sadness and anger.
A pair of D-cup breasts weighs between 15 and 23 pounds—the equivalent of carrying around two small turkeys.
WHEN MY BOYFRIEND ASKS WHERE I WANT TO GO TO EAT
WHEN HE SUGGESTS A PLACE I’M LIKE: