Basing a relationship off whether or not you are friends with someone on Facebook is indicative of the culture we currently find ourselves in. What did we do before social media? Relationships were apparently nonexistent until the introduction of Facebook.
For a few months now I have been living in a mental state of uncertainty. So many things change so quickly. I like change, but not so much on drastic changes. For a while now a major move was hanging out in the back of my head. My partner has been toying around with the idea of moving for a job, like many times before in the last four years. This time it will end up being the longest move we have ever made. One I am not very happy about and am feeling an overwhelming amount uncertainty about my future and all the what-ifs.
I had a pretty significant breakthrough today. Something new I experienced in my sobriety. Over the last 24 hours I have had three major events thrown my way. Two pretty significant life changing things, and one minor thing that is semi-unrelated, but significant enough to give me pause.
I have gotten mighty comfortable, in my faith and in life in general, as I talked about in my last blog, but I have really be thinking a lot about what I’ve been through, what I haven’t had, where I’ve gotten to now, and the things I now have. A couple of events over the last couple of days have put things in a great perspective for me.
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