“The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that of the good people.” --Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
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Thursday, October 6, 2016
Asperger Syndrome family and friends, please take my survey. Asperger Syndrome Survey: https://lnkd.in/eijteqw
This voluntary survey is for a Communication Research Methods course I am taking at Creighton University. The purpose of this survey is to collect observation data from those who know someone with Asperger Syndrome. The results will be used in my final class paper. Please complete the survey questions honestly, including the demographic questions. All responses are anonymous and will be held in confidence. Thank you to those who participate! Your insight is much appreciated!
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
"God's plan for your life far exceeds the circumstances of your day."I'm sure all of us, at one time or another, have wondered what God's plan for our life is. I know I have many times. I've been through a lot, yet I've always come through each situation stronger and wiser. Still, I constantly wonder what God's ultimate Plan for my life is.
I know we're not suppose to question God's plan, which is hard for me at times. I get impatient while waiting for his timing. I loss faith when people I care about are in sad, stressful or tragic situations.
We're to have faith and believe that God knows what's best, accept his timing and pray for strength. It sure would be easier if we knew where he will eventually lead us or what our lives will be like later on.
What I do know, or believe without fail, is that God doesn't want us to be in hard situations forever. He wants us to learn the lessons we need to grow, for our greater good, which will lead us to the ultimate goal of God and that is to be caring, compassionate and above all Happy.
"Be willing to leave everything behind in order to pursue God's plan for you."I've been in situations more than once, where I had to leave everything behind to pursue God's plan for my self, as while as my youngest son. None of those times were easy, however I can honestly look back without regrets, fully seeing now the better plans God had for us.
Those memories give me hope during difficult situations and restore my faith that God once again has a plan. A plan bigger and better than what I can think of myself. So I'm praying for guidance and strength to help me through once again. Believing with all my heart, that things will work out better than I can even imagine in my dreams.