Category: fears

What do you remember?

It’s funny how as life goes on and other activities happen, we forget to remember. Today, I had a long day. Today, I am tired. Yesterday, I felt sad as I reflected on the ache I sometimes still feel at the loss of my relationship with one of my closest friends. Last week, persons pissed…

What is your history? Don't forget to remember the goodness of God.

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Why the Worry?

Recently, I accidentally sent a full month’s salary to a friend. Following the error, the account I used for expenses had a noteworthy balance of $0.02. To say I panicked when I realized my error would be the understatement of the year. However, I am not one to just sit and dwell on the problem…

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I Still Believe

“What do you mean, ‘If I can’?” Jesus asked. “Anything is possible if a person believes.” – St. Mark 9:23 Earlier today, a YouTube notification led me to the trailer of a movie called “I Still Believe” that spoke to me. I wrote down the name of the movie, promising myself that I would watch it towards…

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But…will You catch me?

I am a water lover with a shameful secret… I can’t swim! Horrible?! I know right?! 😅 I had the below experience a while back… Please turn on video captions, if you are not a patois speaker or can’t hear clearly. I hope you laughed as much as I did when I came across this…

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I Chose FEAR and SETTLED.

The biggest F-word is FEAR. It is one of the most debilitating factors that triggers one of the biggest bad words: SETTLING. One of my earliest memories is of 4/5 year old me wanting a baby. Instead of a baby, my mother gave me a Barbie doll. I burned it! About a year or so,…

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Lessons from the Little Robe

So lately, my youngest sister and I have been spending a lot of time together. During our teenaged years, we weren’t close but I’ve come to really appreciate our growing closeness. As I get older, I realize that family truly means a lot. Enough with the sappy-ness. Here are a few lessons I’ve picked up…

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Lonely and Alone

This one is tough guys. This one is hard to write. Last week, much to my amazement, I heard myself saying, “I’ve changed this year. I feel much lighter.” It was strange but I’ve never thought much beyond the changes that I had felt in my gut needed to be made. Neither did I examine…

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