09, 09, 2015
Over the Labor Day weekend I had a chance to head down to Savannah and spend time with friends. It was a relaxing and encouraging experience because it reminded me of the importance of living in a community of like-minded people. Friends help you take amazing photos for your blog (yay! friends), but most importantly, they keep you accountable and remind you of your values which can sometimes get lost in the hustle and bustle of the world. In some cases, like this past weekend in Savannah, it happens inadvertently but it’s equally beneficial.
Now that I’m rested, reminded and back home, I am refocusing on what’s most important, why I live and for Whom I live — all things that can get drowned out by self-centered ideals (you know, the “do you,” “forget about everyone else,” “all you got is you”) that I see every where I look. It’s interesting because I wasn’t even aware that I’d gotten lost in those thoughts. God’s grace has a way of bringing you back on track even when you didn’t realize you were off the road.
By the way, Savannah is beautiful city. Check it out if you have a chance.
Pics: Sitovea Williams
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