Hey there, So yesterday, I prayed for something different. I told God, “I don’t want to be seen as Holy, I want to be Holy”. What does this mean to me? I don’t want to pretend. I don’t want my motives behind doing something to stem from wanting people to think I am holy. Why? […]
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Hellloooo Sunshines! Happy Saturday. Today, I am coming to you guys with my personal top three secrets of gaining new friends and associates as an adult. So at my church, we say this slugan, “shy is a lie”. I won’t dig into what that means in context, today. However, I can tell y’all that I […]
Our hurt is individual. When I say this, I mean that our stories can not be compared to anyone’s else. No one in the world can EVER walk in your shoe. No one will EVER know what’s it’s like to be you and experience what you experience.
We are individuals; we think differently, we process different, we heal differently.