Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Tuesday's Talk With D ~ Motivational Talk

Tuesday's Talk With D, Motivation, Inspiration, Encouragement, Life

Stop waiting and make the most of the moment you’re in. ~ Anonymous


Hi, everyone!

Welcome to Tuesday’s Talk with D:

So, here we are on this last Tuesday of April 2016. We are also in the 1st month soon to be 2nd month of the 2nd quarter.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

It's A Lot to Be Said about Our Youth Today

Children, Youth, Young Adult, Life, Consequences, Respect, Parents,Generation


“Some people accuse the new generation of being ignorant, maybe ignorant for the old generation, but it’s a new language.” 
Domenico Dolce

I feel like venting, so here I go:

It’s a lot to be said about our younger generation. In all honesty I have never seen anything like them before in my life (As if they were aliens from a different planet). Yes I know, we were once their age BUT, the difference is we had more respect and feared our parents a lot more than the children have today. These children have no fear. They believe they are invincible to any type of consequences in life.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Trusting God's Plan

Belief, Comfort, Faith, God, Comfort, Death, Legacy, Strength, Trust
Faith is trusting God even when you don’t understand his plan. Anonymous

We may not always understand why things happen the way they do. Wrapping our mind around life’s occurrences leaves us trying to figure out why certain things happen when they do. It leaves us questioning God and asking, why. Why Lord, why?  I use to find myself asking this question every time something tragic would happen in my life. I could never understand why God would allow such things to happen when and how they do. Why would he allow anyone to experience such pain?

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Making the Best Out of Your Life

Awareness, Life, Grateful, Thankful, Confident, Future

Make the Rest of Your Life, the Best of Your Life ~ Anonymous

What is the saying “I may not be where I want to be, but thank God I am not where I use to be!” I often hear this phrase from people that have gone through a hardship of some kind during their lifetime. Usually these people have been delivered from being in the streets. When I say “in the street’s” I am talking about drug dealers, drug addicts, gang bangers, prostitutes, or as one might say a free spirited person that believes life should be lived carelessly.