Surprised by Wisdom


Don’t worry about the “How” Yet

It is not your job to know everything at the start. If you have a goal, it must be concrete, precisely defined, and you must see clearly the final picture, don’t worry for the details on how to achieve it yet. The path will be shown to you.

Don’t get me wrong, this doesn’t mean that the Universe will do it for you! It won’t, it will do it THROUGH you, by showing you the way and the steps that you need to take, in order to get to where you’re going.

So don’t frustrate if you don’t know the way yet. Keep your goal in mind all the time, believe that you will achieve it, visualize the final picture, and know deeply that the way will be shown to you.

A good example for this would be climbing a mountain, which you’ve never climbed before. There are also no signs for the mountain track, but the top is visible and you know where you’re going.

You just need to see the top and believe that you will get there… the way will be naturally shown to you… you can’t know all the details, all the shortcuts and all the paths before you start hiking right? And even if you get lost at times, which will happen from time to time, you will eventually find the way, because your goal is crystal clear in your mind.

Christian Devotions, music & poems

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“It seems like the olderIget, the wiseryoubecome. Sometimes when I talk to my daughter I even hearyourwords coming out ofmymouth!”

My daughter’s candor made me laugh. I felt the same way aboutmyparents and frequently found myself usingtheirwords as I raised my kids. Once I became a dad, my perspective on my parents’ wisdom changed. What I once “wrote off” as foolishness turned out to be far wiser than I had thought—I just couldn’t see it at first.

The Bible teaches that “the foolishness of God is wiser” than the cleverest human wisdom (1 Corinthians 1:25). “For since in the wisdom of God the world through its wisdom did not know him, God was pleased through the foolishness” of the message of a suffering Savior to rescue “those who believe” (v…

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Remembrance Day


Autosuggestions & Affirmations

Autosuggestions are the real deal. This is the means by which we influence our subconscious mind, and make all our desires manifest in our lives. Write powerful affirmations and read them on a constant basis.

Write something like “I know that I can have anything I desire and I believe that through the Law of Attraction and the almighty Universe, I get everything that I want. I am a winner, and I know it!”

Autosuggestions can convince your subconscious mind that what they say is ultimate truth, which in turn will give you lots of faith. Create your own list relevant to your goals and dreams, and read them as often and as long as possible.

This might be the biggest weapon that you can use for the attainment of your dreams! All the great leaders in anything and everything are aware of this powerful tool, and they are ALL using it into their life. So why not to follow their steps?

Christian Devotions, music & poems

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Today is Remembrance Day when the whole country paused in silence and thought for two minutes to give thanks to those who gave their lives not just in World war 1 and in World war 2 as well. Also the wars that went on after that. We will remember them!

Peace in our time, O Lord,
To all the peoples – peace!
Peace surely based upon Thy will
And built in righteousness.
Thy power alone can break
The fetters that enchain
The sorely stricken soul of life
And make it live again.

Too long mistrust and fear
Have held our souls in thrall;
Sweep through the earth, keen Breath of Heav’n
And sound a nobler call!
Come, as Thou didst of old,
In love so great that men
Shall cast aside all other gods
And turn to Thee again.

Peace in our time, O Lord,
To all the peoples –…

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The shrink needs a shrink too…


This is me, always providing a shoulder to cry on, ears to listen, heart to feel and don’t judge, arms to embrace, options which always works out eventually, always fixing things (objects and humans) no matter how little, because the joy on their faces is what keeps me going because I was broken long before […]

The shrink needs a shrink too…