It is so easy to look at a glass as half way empty, instead of half way full; to ignore the positive aspects of our lives, and focus on the negative; and to put our trust in the mundane, instead of in the Lord. During the last couple of weeks I had an extremely difficult time at work which drained me physically, mentally, and emotionally. However, with the support of my family, friends, and especially my Lord, I feel much better this week. I am consciously choosing to focus on my gifted and talented students, who are a joy to work with. My students are a constant source of inspiration, and challenge me to be a better person personally and professionally. In addition, I have my studio where I can rejuvenate and revitalize through my readings, explorations, and creations. Most importantly, through prayer and Scriptural readings, the Lord guides me through the darkness to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you, Lord!
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I want to dedicate this post to everyone that left a comment regarding my last post. I was feeling extremely tired and stressed. Your comforting words made me feel happy!