Day 52 – A picture of yourself celebrating for getting this far


I am under vows to you, O God; I will present my thank offerings to you. For you have delivered me from death and my feet from stumbling, that I may walk before God in the light of life.  Heavenly Father, I give back all the glory and honor to you. I give You thanks for all You have done. Especially for the gift of Jesus, Your Son. For beauty in nature, Your glory we see, for joy and health, friends and family, for daily provision, Your mercy and care. And most of all, thank You Heavenly Father  for the knowledge you have bestowed upon me by doing this blog. So today I offer this response of praise with a promise to follow You all of my days.

xoxo,

You Are Wonderful


There’s nothing wrong with pursuing success, or the power to influence society and the world around us. But it’s wrong to pursue success in a way which cuts yourself off from yourself or in a way which isolates you from other people because you view them simply as obstacles and competitors.When we compare ourselves to others, we only diminish ourselves and our own possibilities. We can instead focus on own unique and beautiful selves, and we can revel in the fabric of our shared humanity.
Life is not a competition. Don’t compare yourself to others. Other people are not our standard. Your journey is different from mine, and our journeys are different from that of any other person. It’s all too easy to spend much of our time keeping track of what other people are up to and finding ourselves wanting. Failing, even. Stop comparing yourself to others. Instead, begin to discover what’s truly important to you. You have more time and energy to devote to your own creative journey, feel FAR better about yourself, be able to be inspired by others’ work rather than dragged down by it.
One of the dangers of comparing ourselves with others is that it can lead to jealousy and envy- two  negative attitudes that are detestable in God‘s sight. Scripture says: ” Let’s just go ahead and be what we were made to be, without enviously or pridefully comparing ourselves with each other or trying to be something we aren’t. Romans 12:6 If we will concentrate on becoming who God created us to be, instead of who we think we ought to be or who someone else wants us to be, we will experience a sense of peace and security that will enable us to resist focusing on what those around us are doing.
You are unique! God is fitting you for a purpose like no one else’s. Cooperate with Him and His plans for you, and you can rightfully declare as King David did. ” The Lord will fulfill His purpose for me” Psalm 138:8