This time it's Hawaii
Things are going to get a little green around here! Here is an invite to join my adventure as I depart for Maui on Tuesday morning. There are more details about what is to come, what I will see and photos in the following weeks. I've shared some short thoughts about the timing of things below! Hold tight to your time, your journey, each one of ours unique.
Contentment looks good on you they said. I wouldn’t have thought I could wear contentment but there are minutes of the day, hours of the week where I sit pretty content. Very happy with who I am, who I am becoming, where I’ve travelled and the gratitude just flows out of me. Yet, the other minutes of the day, bring me down to this sinking feeling - of utter lostness, wondering my place in the word, where I am going next. I wonder if the big picture will show up, I wonder if I will find my place of bliss and contentment or if it will be always a guessing game, a questioning and learning. Time flows by and I wonder what I’ve gained? I’ve gained courage, I’ve gained confidence, and through the ups and downs, the wonderings and rollercoasters, I’ve gained contentment with whatever this is. Then I realize. This is it. This is all it is. This is life. Right now. The arms on the clock aren’t what I’m watching for. For time to pass me by, I'm taking back time. The momentary moments in our lives breed significance. We were born into the struggle. We were born into the pain. Yet, we were all born to conquer whatever difficulties have come our way. We were born for scaling heights, becoming limitless, doing great things.
Waiting is a strength game. Waiting is one of the hardest things we can do. Fate, timing, destiny. It plays a bigger role in our lives than we think. We can blame time for not being on our side, and we can find ourselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Esther 4:14 “Who knows? Maybe you were made queen for just such a time as this.”
This is your time, grab it.