Initially I thought I had picked up the wrong book. Her story is very different than mine. But I am slowly learning that just because our journeys and stories are different doesn't mean that we as women and followers of Jesus, cannot learn from one another.
I love my books. And I especially love digging into a good "self-help" read, as you all well know. But lately, as I've tried to enter into some new books this past month, I realized my mind wasn't taking anything
So its been almost a month since my birthday and I am thoroughly enjoying my "fitbit". Having something continue to show me those goals each day has created such an amazing habit of movement and exercise on a regular basis.
"...learning to build and nourish our souls through loving repetition - through being humble and brave enough to begin again, again, again." I always thought that failure was failure. It was to be avoided at all costs. That
To have head-knowledge of faith in God is one thing, but truly believing it with our hearts in a completely different thing. I've always known God loved me. Known He was good and that he sent Jesus to save us.
"Vulnerability is the core, the heart, the centre, of meaningful human relationships." I struggle with a constant mental state of "never enough". I am never good enough. I am never thin enough. I don't mom well enough. Etc, etc, etc.