That’s right it’s been a while, but I’m back again with A Seat at the Table Podcast! This time I’ve manage to take a seat at the table and get into the discussion about celibacy and exactly how much you should disclose to your partner about your past. I’m so excited to share this experience, because it was so much fun!
At first, I’m not gonna lie, I was uncomfortable. Just at the thought of doing my first actual interview. I was psyching myself out a little bit, and trying to convince myself that I shouldn’t do this. Maybe it was the topic of celibacy too. I was like I don’t know if I should get this personal on my blog, but you know what?
This is real life, so we talk about real life here.
I told myself that this is an opportunity for so many different things. It was an opportunity to learn, and to come together with people with similar mindsets. We’ve all got that burning drive inside that leads us all in the same direction.
If it’s one thing about me, I love being around people who say what they have to say and get right to the point. Getting the chance to actually sit with A Seat at the Table and hear their many points of views and perspectives was mind blowing. All of their voices are so powerful, each one just demands attention. I feel honored to have shared this moment with them, because I know one day really soon we’re going to be looking back saying this moment changed our lives.
Thank you so much A Seat at the Table Podcast for having me as a special guest on your show! It still just blows my mind that there are really people out here that care what I have to say.
Everyone click the link to visit A Seat at the Table Podcast on Soundcloud to hear my iReminiss interview and hop into the discussion about sex, celibacy and relationships. What do you think, is it never too late to wait?
I’m getting the feeling that Monday Motivation is going to come from the Word now. I don’t know, I like the idea of starting the week off on a Holy note. I mean, why not? I got a chance to listen to an old pastor preach yesterday, and I’m glad I did because the message was definitely one that I’m sure is relatable to many.
“For the love of money is the root of all evil.”
He said that a good name is more valuable than the wealth of the world, but people will do crazy things for money. He said its okay to have riches, but we should spend more time making decisions that won’t tarnish our names, challenge our ethical boundaries or damage our repuatations. When you’re gone, all that’s left of you is your name, your integrity, your character and the impact you’ve had on the world. That’s far more valuable than anything tangible.
As I reflect, many of my past and present problems arose as a result of ones ability to sacrifice everything for money and the choices of some to place the love of tangible things before God, family, and friends. Can you relate?
During your week remember in your endeavors to take with you a grateful, humble spirit and leave behind a spirit of greed and indulgence. In the end what matters is the person you are and your legacy.💋
I read this blog today from The Godly Chic Diaries and I felt like this is what I needed to hear today. Keep your faith high, it’s not over.💋
Don’t look back. Your BEST days are in front of you… I love when the Apostle Paul said that he was DOING ONE THING, forgetting what was behind and reaching for what was ahead of him. Though he had done some pretty bad things in his past, he chose to focus on the future God […]
Tell me, what’s the first thing you did this morning? If it was check your phone, and do some mindless scrolling through your social media then this Monday Motivation is for you today! I’m back again with A Seat at the Table Podcast and this week’s episode focuses on social media and constant comparison of yourself to others.
This week the cast opens up about personal experiences and struggles with insecurities that social media can bring out in us. Social media has become something like an epidemic, it went from being something fun to pass time to this big competition to make money and one up everyone on life. Its ability to make you feel inferior or as if whatever you’re doing must not be right, is annoying for sure. I feel like most of the time the things we end up feeling envious about on social media aren’t even things that we personally value, but we’ve conditioned ourselves to care about.
I see a lot of my followers doing social media cleanses, where they deactivate their accounts and take time to refocus themselves. I’m all for that, if that’s what it takes to assess the things that you find value in and bring meaning back to your life. We all have a purpose and I feel like we miss a lot of valuable moments when we’re busy trying to capture the moment. What really matters is what we’re doing when we’re present, and not posting or posing.
In the podcast they say that you do a disservice to God by dwelling on what other people have, keeping up with the Jones’ and walking in someone else’s calling. Live in the moment and stop comparing yourself to others, because you’re the one. The world needs what you have.💋
Thank you my followers and readers In you I have found an uncanny audience You have heard my silence embraced me You have heard my voice when solitude engulfed me When fear got me entrapped You gave a lifting hand And when no one heard me You gave your ears to my soul Without complains […]
It’s Monday again, and I’m back to share another A Seat at TheTable Podcast for Motivation Monday! In this week’s episode the cast talks about the importance of encouragement and staying grateful. Be sure to click the link to this weeks episode, and to find other episodes from the cast!
We live in a world today where people are hiding so much pain and its hard to find strength and encouragement to endure. In this episode the cast talks about how all you need is one reason to keep pushing, and maybe what it all comes down to are the things in life you have to be grateful for.
Gratitude has been one of my biggest encouragers. When I wake up in the morning I thank God for another day, for my family, my friends, my health, my car, my job, because in the words of A Seat at the Table, there is always someone praying for the things in life that you take for granted.
You may not have all the support you need around, or you’re looking to friends or family to validate your every decision. But sometimes, all you need is to look to yourself and encourage yourself. Speak life over your dreams and goals, and then speak life over someone else’s. Be that one reason someone needs to keep shinning and keep pushing, or that one person someone has to be grateful for.