Alright, I am taking a break from blogging for Easter. Today is Good Friday, followed by Easter Vigil on Saturday and Easter on Sunday.
At this time of the year, I normally reflect back on what I want and what exactly God wants. It is a time for us to recollect our directions in life and step back and think.
On Wednesday, hubby, my little boy and I went for a long walk on the hills. I found this weathervane. A weathervane is this signature metal cock and four directions of north, east, south and west. We don’t often see weathervanes around here and these are probably remnants of our colonial past. The weathervane is found at some old bungalow.
In life, we need to have flexibility like these weathervanes. We need to go where the wind blows. Sometimes, I blog for money. Sometimes, I blog for fun. Sometimes, I blog for fame and recognition. Sometimes, I blog for influence and power. Some may find the descriptions of fame, influence, power and money distasteful. But hey, who am I lying? Who are you lying? We need these purposes and directions to do something well.
So, do take stock of what exactly you want from blogging. If you have no hang-ups where God is concern, do take time and ask Him to guide you. I pray that the Lord will continue to shower me with a generous heart and trust Him with all my heart. I hope I will have the faith of ‘Freely I give (sharing of information with others) , freely I receive (blessings from God)’. It is only in giving that we receive (our blessings from God).
Anyway, the walk in the woods, taking in the cold air of the hills have done a lot of good for my health and also mind. It is good to exercise more as I find that a few days off blogging will actually make me come back with more ideas on what to write next. So, remember to take the break or at least find out how chelation therapy can help those blood to flow better. I have not tried it before but friends insisted that it sort of flush their system for a better health.
Therefore, Have a Blessed Easter to those who celebrate the Risen Christ. Hallelujah!