written over a cup of coffee (note to self)

Change. We all want to change for the better but, at times, it is such a struggle to be able to successfully do so; but once you finally found the courage to take the first step towards the process of "change", everything else will soon follow... hopefully, with God's will and guidance. However, it is always possible to find yourself falling into the trap of going back to the previous state you are in. You might feel tired about your failed attempts at changing because you would always find yourself back at square one rather than progressing towards the finish line. And you will then start to wonder and ask yourself, "Why did I mess it up, again?" Of course, it is easy to figure out why you failed because you will be able to assess the consequences of your failed attempts. On the brighter side, you can always start again - 'more intelligently', as Henry Ford puts it.

Today, with the help of God, I am changing. I am starting again more intelligently today. No more procrastination this time. And if I should go back to square one and try again with a different approach, I will not complain and happily do so. After all, this walk through life gets more and more exciting when I have trials and failures to overcome.

Really now? Hehehe :-)


  1. you're right, it's a process. whatever it is you're striving to change, good luck to you sis!

  2. The Bible says, "Cast your cares to the Lord and He will sustain you; He will never let the righteous fall. When the load is heavy, let us cast it to the Lord and He will lift it for us. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

  3. Goodluck Sis for that clamor for inner change! it's a gradual process and I know you'll get there soon.


  4. Very inspiring post. Many people think change as a risk, but life without risks isn't life at all. And Once taken a step to change, its obvious for anyone to fret at the failure on the way, but it is also true that failures are the stepping stones to success.:)


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