My Name is Nicole Mayo and I joined vocal so I can share encouraging words to all people. This week has been a very interesting week for me. I started my first work from home job this week I had training and it was very exciting because I can work when I want to work and that what I need flexibility.
When I was in high school, gosh it seemed like it would never end. The day in and day out, get up, go to school, just to sit there in class, just waiting for it to be over.
“To have someone understand your mind is a different kind of intimacy” - urbanrealism
The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering. Bruce Lee
I’m still in pain, limited to the walls of my own room with no energy to step outside and go for a simple drive. However, with this time to be still, I’ve had a lot of time for reflection and reading, paired with tons of praying and studying.
I turn 26 today, so I figured why not ring in the new year with a few things I've learned from being alive a quarter of a century.
Life can be an exceedingly difficult thing to figure out. Unfortunately, we can't choose what we will go through in this life, but we can choose how we react to each circumstance that we face, for this plays a vital role in how we come out on the other side of the storms of life or if we will survive our and come out at all. I believe that everything that happens in each of our lives, has a purpose and only lasts for a season and for a reason. We may not understand the purpose of what we're going through at the moment, but in everything that we go through in this life, there are two outcomes - something that will further ENHANCE our lives or a LESSON that we needed to learn.
Almost everybody loves cake. Some people have their own favorite cake to eat. That is probably the reason so many can understand and relate to the idiom: "You can't have your cake and eat it too."
Life teaches all of us some lessons. But I believe there are certain things or lessons which are universal. Certain lessons are learnt by one and all. People from all backgrounds and fields learn certain universal lessons. Today we will take a look at those.
We are living in “insta” times. We consume daily news by sound-bite and headline and react by instinct without really taking time to think wholeistically about an issue before responding or forming an opinion. We like, love and express sympathy with what’s happening in our “friends” lives with the click of an icon; rarely having to make actual effort to really connect with them on an intimate level. After all, who has time for that. We’re busy documenting and sharing our own lives and opinions to share back, or following a favorite insta-celebrity living while admiring their insta-lifestyle and trying to get insta-fit by prepping insta-meals in our insta-pots.