Hello people, it’s a new year again…
I hope we are all doing well (so far)? I wish all of us God’s best in this season, Amen.
Life has been great and full of lessons for me, and I’m grateful to God that I’ve been a good student; though slow and steady, I’ve been learning just fine. So in no particular order of importance, here are some of the lessons I have to share:
- It’s always a new year until it passes: example, 2014 only became ‘old’ when 2015 arrived. Therefore, while it’s good to start up with goal setting and achievements, I think it’s safer not to rush into ‘goal achievements’ but to enjoy the year as it unfolds by the day.
People matter more than money: You realize that ‘all your money’ means nothing when it doesn’t save the life of a loved/dear one. Therefore, NOW is the time to love the best way you can; don’t save it for later, it may never come; and ‘your money’ can never make up for the time lost.
Friendship is a choice. If something matters to you, you make an effort, so that even if you don’t get it 100%, you live trying your best.
I think it’s better to believe in God, and best to live by faith through Jesus Christ. Life is just simpler and more sensible this way.
Time and chance happens to all humans. Hence, change is constant: nobody remains the same with time and with life-experiences.
We will all die some day, except the world comes to an end right now. The time for each’s death is also not known.
God is good, but if you don’t believe it (or in Him) you may never know.
There is a time to embrace and a time to let go.
Please permit me to continue later ( and I’m hopeful that it will come), thanks…