This morning, I read a prayer posted to my timeline. My friend mentioned a protest march scheduled to occur on November 4. If you are like me then it may be the first time that you have heard of it. What’s going on? Why am I writing about it, on this blog site?
For one, I would like to offer my thoughts and suggestions for praying against whatever nasty violence planned for that day. I am talking about praying against the negativity being put forth by both sides. We don’t need to live in fear of what may happen on November 4.
Have you ever heard of ‘The 5 Love Language”? The Five Love Language was developed by Dr. Gary Chapman. In his book, “The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts”, Dr Chapman describes five ways we communicate love or receive it. The key is to communicate love in the other person’s love language and not your own. For this article, I would like to share with you on how these languages can help overcome negativity in your life or the lives of others.
Do you know the vision for my blog site, Inspiration Point? Do you know what is meant by a vision statement? Business and churches aren’t the only ones, who benefit from these statements.
When I started blogging, it didn’t take long to discover the value of one for my blog site. I’d like to share with you, the value of creating your own vision statement.
Do you know that your comment or feedback can greatly help someone; even if you are not entirely interested in the blog site or YouTube channel? Yes, we do like hearing positive feedback; however, constructive criticism can be helpful, too. It could help fine tune the content appearing on the blog or YouTube channel or point to potential problems. My goal is to show the value of a good comment; even if it seems negative.
It seems we are afraid of speaking our opinions, for fear of being hurt or challenged. At the same time, we are afraid of being wrong or rejected if we do say something. If you spend any time on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter then you will know what I’m talking about. Young people would say that we’re too easily triggered by the simplest of joke or comment.
I would definitely agree with my young friends. Let’s not let our anger, fear, and anxiety get the better of us. I would like to offer some suggestions that may be of help to you.