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The 20%

How a year of giving changed my eyes. In the year of our Lord 2017, I resolved to give 20% of my income. At the time I was making about $54k dollars per year, living modestly and still earning more than enough. I’m an independent single adult female who lives with roommates so there aren’t many pricy responsibilities in my life.  Why I chose to do this? Well, I figured adjusting my lifestyle to accommodate for giving right off the life transition I made at the end of 2016 would be beneficial. I was new on my job and planning…

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A little more poetry…

I thought you were better. I thought you would be there for me. I was wrong. I can’t even write my feelings down without my heart breaking and bleeding out on the table. I am dissipating, I guess the same as our love. What I thought was eternal is only temporary. No love should be temporary. I shouldn’t have to cry because our love left. How can it not exist? What is real?  I can only rest knowing that I am free. I am unattached. Able to move forward in freedom. Not subjected to second place but liberated by the same…

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I have to share an analogy my pastor used last Sunday in regards to living as a Christian. Christianity is very popular because is partners with several common good morals. Though we cannot earn salvation and don’t deserve it, its nice to think that we all will spend eternity in heaven just because Jesus died for us. Being a Christian these days is like purchasing the ‘Chrisitan’ app off of iTunes. But when you search the iTunes store there are two versions available. The free version, which seems to have all the functionality of the paid version, and the actual…

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