WISDOM 18:3 “Therefore you provided a flaming pillar of fire as a guide for your people’s unknown journey, and a harmless sun for their glorious wandering.” I am hungry for something, I am starving, the urge for something better has made me restless, I am not sure about anything, the only thing that I am … Continue reading INTO THE UNKNOWN
Job26:2-3 “How you have helped one who has no power! How you have assisted the arm that has no strength! How you have counseled one who has no wisdom, and given much good advice.”
Wish someday I will also look back in my life, write a similar blog post & be happy ,satisfied & proud of my decisions.
By Lisa A. Listwa
Life has a way of hitting us when we’re down. Or at least that’s often our perception.
How many times have you thought to yourself that a situation couldn’t possibly get any worse? And then it does.
Several years ago, I had reached a crossroads. I was a wife, the mother of an active preschooler, and a full-time teacher. I was tired. The kind of tired teachers experience that only summer break can cure. The kind of tired parents know will only be relieved when your last kid reaches adulthood. I knew that I was ready to think about moving to another career, but really had no specific ideas about what or where or even when. I knew I was no longer a teacher; I knew there was something more, something different for me.
And then the bomb dropped. Not long after my husband and I…
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