When a woman has a kingdom heart, she has an active understanding of what matters most to the heart of God. She lives in the balance of passion and contentment. She learns to love well, give without regard to self, and forgive without hesitation. The woman with a kingdom heart may have a duffel bag full of possessions or enough treasures to fill a mansion, but she has learned to hold them with an open hand. Hold everything with open hands. I don’t think we are ever allowed to grab hold of anything or anyone as though they matter more than the kingdom of heaven. When you hold relationships with open hands, then people come in and out of your life as gifts of grace to be cherished and enjoyed, not objects to be owned and manipulated. And then when you hold your dreams with open hands, you get to watch God resurrect what seemed dead and multiply what seemed small.
I heard this great joke on Sims once…
Ba harmy putar?
I’ve seen this post three times now and I still lose my self.
I don’t want someone who is looking to mold me or repair the damage done.
I want someone to love me for who I am.
When you start seeing your worth, you’ll find it harder to stay around people who don’t.
I’m not single because I’m “hard to love.”
I hate that text post swirling around saying that.
I’m worthy of love and with the right person, it’ll take work but it will be bc all relationships take work.
I won’t shift the blame on myself.
It’s about timing.
I just haven’t met someone.
To be frank, my focus has always been elsewhere.