Reality Check

With so much work to accomplish every day, my weekends have been anything but restful.

I have been waking up too early every morning in a rush because of so many things to do.

How unlikely of me.

 

I am disappointed with myself because I have allowed myself to reach this exhausting point.

A year down the road feels like a decade.

I value the work that I do but, admittedly, it’s taking a toll on me.

 

Maybe it’s just another hiccup in life.

Maybe it’s just an off year.

I can’t help but at times wonder…

 

Could there be yet another something for me out there?

Something that will keep me motivated.

Something what will shift me to a better place.

 

Not just work wise but all around life kind of thing.

You see, truth is, I’m on my own.

Not that it’s a bad thing, it just is.

 

I know God hears.

Eventually things will shift again.

Just have to sit it out and ride the tide.

 

 

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Rosy Cole on Monday, 17 September 2018 22:38

You have clearly articulated what so many people around the world are experiencing at the moment as individuals and as communities. If you are in Manila, I do hope you have managed to stay safe. Prayers.

You have clearly articulated what so many people around the world are experiencing at the moment as individuals and as communities. If you are in Manila, I do hope you have managed to stay safe. Prayers.
Virginia M Macasaet on Friday, 21 September 2018 00:03

Thank you Rosy, Few fallen trees, not too bad compared to the North...

Thank you Rosy, Few fallen trees, not too bad compared to the North...
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