Lessons from God

I learned a lot this week!

First, God doesn’t only open windows when He closes doors, He opens up a universe. Along that line, God assures me of the reasons why He closes doors: God doesn’t want me to have a limited life, bad company, and heartaches. I can always be certain that when he closes doors, it’s all for the best. And I’m sure it is. There’s another one that I learned about this concept. In one of the readings I had, an author explains its connection with preparation and more blessings. The closing of certain doors points us to the right doors, and these right doors are opened to prepare us for future doors. When previously opened doors we went through closed, it’s only because they already served their  purpose. We remember broken relationships, moving from one career to the next, death of someone. Lastly, God assures those doors for us won’t close up or escape our notice, for those He loves He guides, the favored He guides the steps. No matter how hurtful it is, we need to only trust. God is omnipresent and omniscient after all. He sees all angles, all sides, all effects which our inane, proud minds cannot comprehend. Another thing I learned tonight after watching a certain movieto never lose that magic – that belief I once had that brought me to places. IT’s the exact feeling the movie relived in me. While it was playing, my heart sang, my heart leaped for excitement – suddenly all else become possible. The movie also instills tenacity, positive thinking, importance of believing, joie de vivre, je ne sais quois. To summarize it in one sentence: TO ALWAYS BELIEVE IN MIRACLES LIKE A CHILD. Third, I learned during the week that life is meant to be lived, to be excited about, to be enjoyed, to be cherished. I should not be afraid. I am reminded of my young age when I just focused on the now while leaving  all else to God for I trust in His care. I didn’t command Him to do this and that for me, He wasn’t a genie, He was a friend I could confide in and talked to about my daily concerns. God knows I did not ask for summa, I simply imagine it. I didn’t ask for US or UK, He simply gave. He is always full of surprises, and His surprises are always better than what we pray for. Fourth, I resolve not to question people’s success because who they are is only a product of their daily habits which they have been doing for five years. My task is to choose habits that will make me in the next five years. The last five years is up, but the next ones aren’t done yet. I can do so much more, if I do the grunt work.

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About kaylathetheoxenophile

Hi everyone! I’m kayla. This is my first attempt to share my thoughts through blogging. Got lots of exploring to do. Don’t even know where to start and what to say. To start the ball rolling, allow me to share with you some of the fallacies about Kayla Marie Sarte. 1. Writing is just not my line. Although most considered me as a creative writer, I doubt I have that knack. I’m direct to the point. My essays are straight. As long as I get the message across then that’s fair enough for me. 2.I’m not a walking encyclopedia, got that? How funny it is to be asked by some bunch of kiddos bout tons of stuffs I don’t know or even have heard. Worse? They expect me to answer their queries in a snap. Good thing, I can always find the usual “busy” excuse to elude their endless questions. 3. You just don’t know how pain in the ass reading is to me. I always record the days I spend reading and do my best to keep the pace. Yeah, I’m a literature major but it’s uhmm, …. Except for required readings in my literature classes in the class, I haven’t truly deal with literary works personally. Good heavens, I found John Grisham and Dean Koontz – my all time faves. (In my later posts, I’ll be sharing my thoughts bout their books.) 4. One thing I found truly bleak about me is my loved for movies. I don’t like cinematography or even crave like Glenn Ortiz to be the Steven Spielberg of this race. I just enjoy watching movies on the big screen. That’s all. So, it’s a fallacy that I like cinematography… just the movies. 5. Call me braggart, arrogant. Many think so because of the achievements I gained in the past aching yet meaningful 15 education years of my life. What they don’t know is how negative and perturbed, covered with worries, stressed I am most of the time. No matter how great the laurel I get, I always look back at the failurs I’ve been through in the past. So, that goes to mean, I don’t think highly of myself or consider my awards that much. Top 3 things about me: 1. A Theophile 2. A Xenophile 3. Just Kayla Marie B. Sarte That’s all for now. You’ll get to know more about me soon and about the project 2012 that led me to explore blogging. J One thing is certain for me though, I love who I am for I am fashioned the way I fit exactly in a large mosaic we are all in. Be happy. Live life according to God’s will. – Kayla Sarte
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