In today’s world, it can be easy to get caught up in the constant flow of information and distractions. Have you ever considered disconnecting from the constant flow of information and distractions for a while? Have you ever attempted to nurture something by planting it and observing its growth? Do you ever take the time to question the purpose of your life, or is it something you contemplate on a daily basis?
I often ask myself this question: What will I bring to God when I meet him. A full basket of fragrant fruits, or a handful of rotten grapes?
Climb to high places of the mountains, take in the fresh air and let it fill your lungs, allowing your mind to clear and rejuvenate.Immerse yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds you, take in the panoramic views from all angles. God is visible in nature.
Be aware of those who may try to steer you away from what truly matters, encouraging you to focus on insignificant tasks and wasting your valuable time on things that ultimately have no purpose or significance.
Do you ever pause to consider the impact of your daily actions and routines, whether they bring positive benefits or negative consequences? Do you ever reflect on the harm your actions may cause to the environment or to yourself personally? How can it be fixed?
Go to the mountain, breathe freshness, and think about it.
It may be beneficial to take a moment to pause, calm your mind, and listen to your heart. Reflect on who you are. Ask yourself, “who am I?” and “what can I do?
At a certain point in my life, I found myself questioning the purpose and direction of my actions. I realized that I was wasting my time on things that held no significance and that my goals were misaligned with my true self. I prayed and asked for all the wrong things, all of the unneeded things. As a result, the outcomes were not fulfilling. I created a colorful dream, formed an image of who I would be. I was striving to achieve this dream, praying for it, and seemingly getting everything I wanted.
When I achieved my dream, I soon realized that i didn’t want that after all.
But then, I took a step back and questioned my motivations and goals. I asked myself “why am I doing this? What will it give me? And where will it lead me?” The moment I asked these questions, I realized that something needed to change, even though I was afraid that it wouldn’t work out.
I made the decision to take action and move forward, despite the fear of the unknown. As I closed one door, another opportunity presented itself, providing me with more freedom and new possibilities. God didn’t leave, he always showd a way out. I never would have believed it was possible, but it was all made possible only with God.
I am grateful for having asked myself these important questions. Have you taken the time to ask yourself similar questions?