A Fraction of Our Time


“Faith is not the belief that God will do what you want. It is the belief that God will do what is right.”
Max Lucado, He Still Moves Stones 

To some people, holy week means vacation - a week's escape from our daily grind. People look forward to it because of the much needed "rest", or perhaps give time to things we don't usually do.
Yes, weeks prior to holy week, we are pre-occupied by mental images of the beach, feel good music, flowing drinks, and parties... but have you given thought on how you will prepare yourself on what this "holy week" is for?

As a devout catholic, holy week is a time we get to reflect on the "passion of christ". Yes, we are given the time to rest, and to spend quality time with our families - but the primary reason for this holy season is to re-examine our conscience and rekindle our relationship with our creator. 

While our trip itineraries are already set for this period, let's ensure that we give time to ponder on things beyond material and mortal relationships. That's what our father is asking for us... a fraction of our time.

What I Wore:
Dress - Forever 21
Shades - Rayban
Sandals - Primadonna
Bracelets - Girlshoppe
Necklace - Forever 21

Leave a Comment

That's so Nice!. Powered by Blogger.

Search This Blog

Designed by illuminatheme.com. Powered with Blogger. Converted by LiteThemes.com.