Rising and falling is an art-form that is only perfected through experience. For when we succeed, we should do so gracefully and likewise when we fail it is that same grace we should adopt to come back better, wiser and stronger than before.
Make today a great one. Thank you for stopping by. 🙂
Hello and Welcome back to “Music Reflection Mondays”unfortunately, I was too exhausted to post this yesterday hence I adjusted the title to post it today. I hope that all is well with each of you.
Today, I would like to highlight some songs that helped me get through some tough moments in my life that I didn’t think I would get over but I have. 🙂 For those of you wondering if this post was triggered by a recent incident have no worries it wasn’t. I’m happy to report that all is well. 🙂
I was in the car listening to the radio when a couple of songs were played that took me back and they made me feel all sorts of emotions sad, happy and grateful all at the same time. It was in these moments of reflection that made me realize just how much music has been a part of my life.
Some of the music gave me strength when I was weak, courage when I was afraid and comfort when I sad. I can truly say that listening to the words of some of those songs helped speed up my healing process.
The music for me was never used to forget what happened but rather help me move past it. If you listen to the right kind of music maybe, just maybe it can do the same for you too.
My list can go on and on but I won’t. 🙂 Music feeds the soul and has the potential to soothe the heart and mind as well. Don’t let the pressures of life keep you down. We’re all going through something so don’t give up, keep moving.
May this morning as the warm rays of the sun gently cover your body find each of you full of life with a sense of purpose and peace as you go through your day. May your disruptions be few and may you always have clarity of mind and spirit to overcome any obstacle or challenge that may come your way. In Jesus name, Amen!
One day at a time is how we learn and grow. This is true for all of us. From birth straight through to our adult lives and this is not limited only to our ability to move but our intellect and spirituality as well.
The thing is, no one person has ALL of the answers and those persons who have words of wisdom to share with others would have developed them from over years of learning from their own life lessons.
Each day will bring with it opportunities for growth, understanding and challenges which ultimately add up to lessons which help shape and develop us as individuals. Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t get it right the first time or the even the second time.
When the situation seems bigger than YOURSELF and you can’t seem to find a way to overcome it. Pray for clarity of mind, ask for God’s guidance and he WILL provide the answer. You just have to listen not only with your ears but your eyes, heart and spirit. Worrying and stressing about it will only cloud and block your ability to see and receive the very answers you are searching for.
So dear friends remember, take it one day at a time. Embrace each day as a potential lesson to be learnt. Be sure to apply a positive attitude as this would help to make your journey much easier as you learn and grow along the way.
Make today a wonderful one. Thank you for stopping by.
A ‘fresh’ perspective is often different from our own perspective and beliefs.
It can feel like the fresh morning breeze against our skin – refreshing and soothing. Likewise, it can hit us like a ton of bricks shattering everything we’ve ever been taught or believed.
A ‘fresh’ perspective allows us to see the world and situations in a new way outside of the lens we would typically use. It encourages us to open our minds as our eyes and ears open up to more than just what we’ve known, seen and heard over the years.
It is not necessarily wrong or right just a different way of seeing and doing things. Should you choose to embrace and adapt it ? That is solely up to YOU. I for one, don’t run off accepting and internalizing everything I see and hear and neither should you.
Ask yourself? What can I learn from this? Can this improve my life or my way of thinking in a positive way? How does this make me feel?
We don’t have ALL the answers and the good news is we DON’T have to. For there are lessons to be learnt both from our good and not so good experiences.