Online Links worth a read:
Sitting in the Silence by Jessica Chance “There will be times when words are necessary, but so many times, your presence, your willingness to simply be speaks more than thousands of the most beautiful words from the most prolific writers.”
What To Do When You’re Drowning in Comparison by Stephanie May Wilson “We have to fight comparison by repeating the truth to ourselves — that God loves us, that He created us with a purpose, that the way God created us is absolutely good enough, and that God’s economy works differently than ours — there’s more than enough to go around.”
A Simple Way to Reset by Melissa Hirshburg “This walk is like a reset button. Reset the rush with a gentle hush. Reset what’s restless with a calm connected centeredness.”
So this series that I forced me to sit down and write a little every morning became an unexpected delight for me this October. I have loved capturing a moment from each day and putting it down in words. I’ll be wrapping up on Monday, I hope you join me for the last few days and perhaps hop over here for the ones you missed?
This book hit the shelves this week. If you haven’t got it yet you should. Ann’s words are rich with beauty and truth and I’m sure this book will bless you in the way it has me.
Instagram is been full of happy things lately. I love watching each season unfold on my newsfeed. My favorites from this week: