Friday, July 3, 2015

Finding Normalcy

My dear mother passed away four weeks ago. Right now I'm trying to find normalcy and just live a balanced life. Losing her has affected me physically and emotionally. I lost weight since she has passed and I'm still struggling to gain that weight back.

I still eat healthy but I have fallen off and went back to eating things that I wasn't eating normally and hadn't eaten in a while.  When you take something away from your body, your body gets use to it. However, when you give your body that same thing more than once your body starts to crave for it again. I'm determined to get it together and stop eating that stuff.

On the other hand, I have been working out the last three weeks and have worked out three times this week already. I typically work out about four times a week. Also, I have two new clients starting this month so that is very exciting and will keep me busy.

Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you . 1 Peter 5;7


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  1. Isaiah 6:1
    "In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple." No one knows what will happen to themselves when someone that they know passes away, especially someone very special to them as a mother. Isaiah says when the king Uzziah died he experienced seeing the Lord. The Lord has a way of using what may seem to be the worst thing to us to bring us to the best things that we need. As for myself this has been the most challenging experience of my life but at the sametime a very rewarding experience, in the way I know where my heart has been for the last 31 years of my life. In the last almost 35 years my life has been committed to serving the Lord, but I married your mom 31 years ago, and the two have been the two greatest Loves of my life. I have had the same last four weeks the you have had to understand more about my FIRST Love which is the Lord, my second Love which is your mom. I have had two of the most greatest experiences that anyone could ever have. I know what it is to be Loved and also what it is to Love. Nothing in this world is greater than Love, and I have been rewarded with the gift of Love in the natural and also in the spiritual. These two Loves have helped me with excepting the passing away of your mom. 1Corinthians 13:13 says that Love is the greatest gift. So my dear daughter the Love that you have for the Lord will help you with the Love that you have for your mom, and that is as normal it can get. Anything outside of love is unexceptable for normacy. Grow in your Love relationship with the Lord and you will grow in your Love relationship with the passing away of your mom:).


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