“Mojade, it’s weird, but I am just realizing that I have always been planning my future as though I would be planning it with somebody else. I always thought by this point I would be in a serious relationship, engaged, or married, and planning what happens next with somebody else. However, I am still single … More A Single(‘s) Desire: What Does It Mean to Be Single?
Here we are again, it has been about 8 months and 15 days since I last posted anything on my blog. This does not mean I haven’t tried. In fact, I have a few posts that were supposed to be published, but I just couldn’t word things the right way. I was in a slump … More Apologies from the Inconsistent Blogger
Peace. This is the word that I hold onto with dear life. The one that my heart has been crying out for repeatedly. Whether it is the world’s peace or God’s peace I have been trying to hold onto I am not sure, but at this point I am at the end of the rope. … More Peace.
I was recently reminded of a concept that a wise potter once shared in class. While this potter spent his time mesmerizing us with his skill on the wheel he shared the differences of clay. He described how they can be tough but it takes time, but the part that I remember the best is … More Rebuilding with Broken Pieces
It is so easy to allow fear to keep us from living life in a way that allows God to be glorified and bring us fulfillment. … More The fear of starting again.
So, junior year has finally rolled around and with it has come my “terrible twos”. I have thrown more tantrums and fits than I did when I was under the age of five (mind you I was a pretty chill child). I have also been close to crying more times than I think is healthy. … More Tantrums, Near tears, and a Holy Intervention.
Con When I drive I tend to find myself glancing at the rearview mirror a large amount. I tend to know exactly where cars are behind me and what is in my blindside. I am not at all saying that I don’t focus on what is in front of me (because that is dangerous and … More The Pro/Con With Looking Back