If we don’t keep our faith and walk in the LIGHT, we can drive ourselves completely cuckoo.  Do you agree?  The trials and tribulations are here to stay.  That’s life.  It’s how we react when the Universe decides to throw us curve balls is what matters.  Do we catch the balls and throw ’em back or do we dodge the balls because they’re out of our league?  Life is all about choices, right?  What kind of “responses” from God do we want to receive in return?  It all falls back on our reactions to circumstances that will determine our fate/destiny.

Check out this clip on energy transfer: Hand Therapist

So, with that said, we have a lot of power in what energy we decide to channel…light or dark, happiness or sadness, faith or hopelessness.  The list goes on and on.  I would think we would all desire to channel our energy that will pass on our light that is bright and sparkly.

God doesn’t allow for our sparks of light to go completely dark.  (thank Goodness for that) Our lives are just like campfires…if we don’t pay attention to what it needs and respond accordingly to return it to a blaze, it will stay solemn, dull, and discouraged.  But, we can make changes in our lives, can’t we?

If we truly stay in tune with what God is telling us, everything will fall in to place.  There’s really no point or benefit in dwelling, festering, complaining.  Get it out of our systems and, MOVE ON!  Otherwise, we’re just “burning our popcorn”.  Popcorn should be delightful…fluffy and happy.  😛

So, let’s leave with this: Stay bright and shiny and ride the wave.  Sometimes it will be a tidal wave with thunder and lightning, but, knowing that these occurrences are blessings in disguise should help us stay smiling through it all and remain happy, regardless of how sh#@*y it seems at the time…because, in the end, if we “pass the test” and remain as “obedient” as we know how to be, Papa will show his gratitude, and, we’ll be in…AWE.  🙂




I’ll be finishing up travel school over Thanksgiving break and, I just became a subscriber to a travel magazine.  Can’t wait to share what I learn from reading these.  In the future, would you like to travel with me?

More information from what I’m reading to come.  Hopefully today…


“Dear God, I thank You that I can always turn to You.  When I am faced with the difficulties of life, I can put my trust in You.  Thank you that You are my “refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.”

‘Habakkuk 3:16 – 19    The Sovereign Lord is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer.’

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