What LEVEL are you on?
What dream would you dare to make a reality?
Where do you move?
I’ve been reading through the Gospels and really meditating on its words. I feel like I am trying to read what God is writing and it is really changing my outlook. I’ve shed plenty tears and have been anxious about my everyday life. God’s lesson to me recently has been, “don’t worry about that.”
*ding* TIME TO CHECK IN!! We’ve made it to mid-May and almost half-way through 2017. How are your New Years Resolutions/Themes/Goals doing? Are you still holding on tight? Did you give up months ago? Let’s talk.
I typically would have written another Friday Vibe on music that I have stumbled upon but I just couldn’t this week. I have listened to Joey Bada$$’s All-Amerikkkan Badass and Goldlink’s At What Cost and believe both are amazing projects, but this week I wanted to talk about how music is helping me through a change.
Drink More Water. Besides it being the supremely infectious catchphrase of Chicago’s Mick Jenkins. He takes water to symbolize the truth in all of its forms. Meanwhile, it has become one of my goals for life. I never really knew how to drink water until I grew up and put the sugary drinks away.
Yesterday, I spoke about Singlehood and wanted to continue with that thought. I stressed about how being single shouldn’t be contrasted against anyone else. It should be about you. How do you start to enjoy the time to yourself? How do you find yourself? Were you ever really lost?
Adulting is hard. Not “level two of Mario Bros.”-hard, more like “starting off on level one and moving on to the next board in a completely different game blindfolded”-hard. Adulthood is literally as scary and confusing as your teenage years were, but with the fear of failing and living under a bridge ramped up to 1000. Life’s hard.
Recently, my interactions with God have really pushed me to a place that I have never been before. I am not as shaken by things in the world as much as I used to be. I have been reflecting on my fallouts and failures, and they don’t seem as big anymore. I realized that no matter how hard life gets, I am still blessed.