Life is the accumulation of experiences, thoughts, actions, and choices. If your life has become too big, or too complex, you can scale it down to fit your own needs. When you prove what the will of Almighty God is and follow through to do it, you can make room in your life for everything that matters.
To improve the quality of your life, all you have to do is to commit yourself to living simply and in harmony, internally within yourself, with other people, and with everything in your environment. Identify your purpose, live according to it, and reduce all of the distractions that pull you away from it.
Picture 2015 as the year to simplify so that you can improve the quality of your life.
What single word have you been hearing daily for the past weeks and months? It refers to an event that has put fear into many people throughout the world, from Africa to the United States.
Just recently, someone anonymously surprised me with a very generous expression of kindness. It was completely unexpected, which made the gift even more special and appreciated. Although I couldn’t thank this individual in person, not knowing who he or she was, I felt extremely grateful and warmed by the wonderful show of thoughtfulness. I experienced a feeling of true gratitude.
For many people, the month of November brings a holiday that commemorates thankfulness for what we have and who or what is important in our lives. But shouldn't we take an opportunity daily to reflect upon all of the many ways—both the grand and small—that so enrich our lives?
King Solomon wrote a truth. All is vanity. Ecclesiastes 1:1-2, 12-18. What does this mean? Vanity is defined as something that has no substance, meaninglessness, worthlessness, emptiness, and futility. All is vanity because everything in this life is temporary. God has subjected us to vanity in hope of salvation. Romans 8:20-24.