You only need enough push to build momentum. I thank the Lord for the gentle nudge along the way. I pray that He makes everything alright and that He gives us strength, courage and wisdom all throughout.

I had a conversation with someone a few weeks ago and I said to him, “…so it’s going to be normal again by next week then…”, then I added, “but maybe not for you!” And I laughed. Little did I know that it’s not gonna be normal again (on what we think is normal for us). Change is happening, and it is not by choice.

I wish I could say it is liberating. Until I am there, I wish I would be saying that. But for now, I am hoping for the best. I am going to do my best and I hope God will sustain me along the way.

It makes me think about my husband and if he regrets partnering with me. But a comfortable life will not really make you happy. A life full of compromise or settling down. I’d say it’s always better to follow your dreams, do everything you can to reach them and choose to be happy along the way. Know your worth and don’t settle for less. I am glad my husband is beginning to be on board with me.

One thought on “Push

  1. The archbishop in Singapore said this is his homily one Sunday (we attend masses online) – the new normal as they call it is abnormal. It is not normal when we cannot even shake hands, we cannot touch, we cannot do all the things that we used to do to express our affection, our love.

    I guess we do not have a choice. It is going to be like that from now on till…forever, we just have to learn to live with it. #staysafe #staywell

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