But, there was a time I was the older brother. And I'm sure some of you are. When I talk about sins, you cannot relate because you do not engage in all those stuff. You're no sinner per se. You probably even participate a lot in church activities and you pray every day. You were probably raised a Christian. But like the older brother, you do not have the love of Christ. You do not pray for lost souls. And to you, there are some souls that do not deserve redemption. Maybe murderers or terrorists. You love the teachings of Paul but do not spend time to acknowledge the fact that Paul was a Christian-killer before he became a Christian Preacher.
What I'm trying to say is there was a time I was excellent at religion at the expense of relationship.
I should apologise for my absence. I want to be honest with you guys. Sometimes, I just don't feel like blogging. And I don't ever want blogging to be a chore. I want it to be something I enjoy doing and sometimes, I need to take breaks. But what I'm going to do next time is inform you guys before I take those breaks. But I'm back now and I have something cooking real soon on the blog that I think you'll love.
I've added a bit of weight and I've been feeling really insecure about my body. My waistline is wider
(and that's never a good thing) because that's where food goes to. I always tell people that looks don't matter and it's what's on the inside that counts. But when it is my own body that is going through the changes, I forget what's on the inside and start criticizing my outside. But after my morning prayers, I felt more confident even with my wider waist line hence the dress. I am learning to love myself even while I work on myself. So I picked a dress that showed my flaws, but because I felt a bit exposed, I threw on the kimono and kept the rest of my outfit simple.
ASOS Dress, Kimono & Sunglasses || River Island Heels || Mum's bag & jewelry
"You shall love your neighbour as yourself - Luke 19:27"
"Your neighbour is anyone so closely and directly affected by your act that you ought to reasonably have them in contemplation as being affected by your acts or omissions - Donoghue v Stevenson (1932), per Lord Atkin"
Have a lovely weekend
Lots of love,