Not too long ago, I had a friend that was notorious for saying things he did not mean. Notorious for it! He would schedule things with me and wouldn’t show up. He would tell me he had my back and wouldn’t be there for me when I needed him the most. He would tell me…
Month: November 2013
Today, I say thanks! Thank you for following me and for taking time to read this blog. I appreciate all of you, may God be with you all as you endeavor to live life to the fullest.
A Time to Chill
Last time we spoken, I was reflecting on the need to be emptied. This necessity to let go of everything and be filled again by God. This evening, I am going to discuss taking time to chill, we all need time to relax and be with family and I think that Thanksgiving is the perfect…
Happy Birthday Beloved!
It’s my daddy’s birthday! I’m such a blessed girl to have such a great father in my life. He is awesome! May God send great men after His own heart into y’alls lives. Love y’all -Mo.
The Need to be Emptied- A Lesson in Letting Go
I always have songs that I gradually fall in love with and this was the case for William Murphy’s song -“Empty Me”. I listened to the song during Praise and Worship rehearsal but the song did not really resonate with me until I was alone in prayer time the following day. I heard these words in…
The Search is Over
Have you ever searched for something for so long that by time you found what you was looking for, you forgot why you wanted that object in the first place? I feel like I have been searching for love for so long that I forgot why I began my search in the first place. it…
The New Adventures of Old Simone
“What I saw as old, he saw as vintage and timeless….
Who Said Anything About Jungle Fever?
What’s the color of love?
Hello old friends, new followers and fellow bloggers- , Feel free to comment on posts, share ideas and engage with me on Authentic Love: God, Relationships and Life. I love hearing you guys feedback and I appreciate hearing of you guys’ life experiences and lessons learned. If you would like for me to write about a…
Four Hundred and Ninety Times
How many times should we forgive?