Thank you all for your inspiring comments. They are well received and I pray my writings will continue to motivate you. Remember to keep an open mind and God in your heart. Cherry
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Deja Vu, a feeling of having already experienced the present situation.
How many times do you have to see, or do the same thing over and over before you recognize it for what it is? Pay attention. You may find its the same problem, only attacking you in a different scenario. And it will continue until you recognize it and cut your losses. When you change the ending you may solve the problem. Same stuff different day.
For instance, you told someone a secret and it came back to bite you. At a later time, you are in a similar situation. You told someone a secret and it came back to bite you. Then you think, this is Deja vu. It seems as if it has happened before. It has. You just didn’t learn anything from it, in my opinion.
If it didn’t work the first couple of times it will never work. Change courses, find a new way or be stuck in a no-win situation. For the life of me, I could never figure out why a person would keep a pen that is out of ink. Throw it away. It is out of ink, and will still be out of ink the next time you pick it up, and the next time you pick it up. Get my drift?
Change is something most find hard to do. You know the rest of the story. A hard head makes for a soft behind.
An OVER-COMER: Someone who overcomes and establishes control by force or persuasion. That’s what the dictionary says. In layman terms” in my opinion, Norvie L. Cherry, a 3rd stage Breast Cancer survivor… You must overcome the Carnal World.
Misery or any other “Ree” is just one of those battles life may bestow upon us.
You SURVIVED, so that mean you conquered whatever season there was. So don’t get stuck in YESTERDAY. You must take what you have learned and MOVE ON, testifying about God’s Goodness and Mercy.
I can’t even begin to suggest what you should pray about. For me it was perseverance; a steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, a state in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement, with little or no indication of success.
Sounds like FAITH to me, and you need an ATTITUDE to persevere, a verb to continue a course of action.
What I am trying to say is: DON’T SET LIMITS. REACH FOR THE UNATTAINABLE THROUGH JESUS CHRIST OUR LORD AND SAVIOR. ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE.
GO TELL THAT ON THE MOUNTAIN. PLAIN ENOUGH?
* Excerpt From My New Book*