The Tea Party went fabulously. Although my mind was in a million places, I am holding on to the fact that 150 women were able to learn about genetic testing and cancer from a medical professional and a real life story. That’s what this is all about.
It took me a few days to recover, and now I can’t stop thinking about the next event and how much bigger and better it will be! I have ideas swirling in my head that are just bursting to get on paper. I really need a whiteboard!! More details to come so keep your eyes out 🙂
Onto the crazy thoughts in my head!
Have you ever been in a place where the people you run into and the things around you are aligning? It’s a strange and yet comforting feeling. I’m sure this is another eb/flow scenario that many people have been in before, but man, the flags and lights and signs around me are loud and bright and clear. Maybe it’s the political struggle we are in or the media coverage on the constant terrorism around our world. Even our pastor this past Sunday covered us with warnings of the state we (as a nation and world) are in.
I like to number and bullet so here are my thoughts recently about the issues we are facing.
1. It doesn’t matter if you are a Republican or a Democrat right now.
2. There will be an end….eventually. Have you asked yourself are you in a right relationship with God?
3. Stop judging others and their ways of trying to live this life. We will never fully understand what is behind someone’s closed doors. Whether they are doodling scripture and posting it on Facebook or gossiping about your neighbor. You don’t know.
4. Pray. If you don’t know what to pray for, then pray for that.
5. No matter how old or young you are, your journey is never done.
Here is what I’ve come to realize. If it was easy, everybody would do it. The finish line for faith is eternal life in heaven. This a never-ending battle and this is why it’s not our home. We will never get to a place here on Earth where we are “whole” or “complete” that can only be done through Jesus Christ.