The Importance Of Humor In My Life

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Do you ever get the feeling that God has a sense of humour? Most of the time, I find it in life’s irony. The little things popping you are hopelessly trying to avoid, and seemingly insignificant people doing extraordinary, earth-shattering things.

Initially I’ll be frustrated and angry with God (imagine inner tantrums and kicking and screaming), but after some time, especially when it is reoccurring, I finally get the point; the point that I have absolutely no control over this life, and that God is intimately part of every single detail.

Can I tell you a story? It’s about me, which is a bit egocentric, I know. But mostly it’s about how God likes to surprise me and delight me with the little details. To save you the time of hearing my life’s
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There is a lot God has promised me, and during my time in the USA, I finally saw the coming to life. Then BAM, like a door to the face, I was on a plane home. Of course, the stock standard questions and angst came to mind, and I passionately shared them with …show more content…
I am living it out day by day, anticipating the little surprises God brings about, and hopeful for the doors he will fling open as we step into a new adventure together.

So, in light of all the little ‘reminders’ God has given me, I thought I’d finish with one. This quote by T.B. LaBerge popped up on my Tumblr last week, and it was so ironic and well timed, that I had to screen shot it.

“Do not settle for the first person who buys you dinner or for the person who says you look pretty, do not settle for the one who does not share your dreams but laughs at your jokes. Do not settle for attraction without depth, or good conversation with no intent to stay. Do not settle for charm when they do not value what you value, do not settle for convenience without love. Do not settle for a candle when you were taught to love the sun, do not settle because of time when you know that love is patient. Do not settle, please do not settle because there is someone out there who refuses to settle, and you are worth so much more than convenience and ease, you are worth a heart that fights for you.”
- T.B. LaBerge // Do Not

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