In today’s world,where competition is encouraged and where achievement and making money are the hallmarks of success, we find, that there’s a strong pressure on us, to put aside the things our “souls” desire. We consider it as unimportant, which do not demand much attention,as much as our family, friends and jobs do. These all have a voice to scream back at us, if we fail them or do not come at par to their expectations fortunately, our “souls” , do not.
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is a “scriptural motivational writer, who explain Life, common principles, in a very lucid manner so that the younger generation can relate to the solutions She offers, through her writings to the problems, they face on a daily basis.)
If our souls could scream back at us, we would have heard it telling us. We are insulting our conscience by accepting things we are not supposed to accept, we are profaning our eyes and mouth by watching things that brings darkness to our souls, and speaking words that actually “doesn’t bring light and life” to our lives. But rather sows more negative seeds for our coming days. We dececrate our bodies, in acts, that were never part of God’s plan for our lives.
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is a philanthropist and a social worker, who tries to reach out to hurting hearts with scriptural blessings and kindness.)
We haven’t learnt to “wait” in the presence of our “creator”.
Everything needs to be quickfix, short term gains, that makes us feel good for the present and we miss out on the crux of our existence.
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is a scriptural Motivational Writer, Speaker, Spiritual Teacher, Preacher and an Evangelist.)
We forget, we are the stewards of God at the end of the day, we would be accountable for the time and resources(wisdom, money, time, health), we were blessed with from the beginning, but never utilised it for right reasons.
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is an enlightened writer and composer, who writes love saga of her Lord Jesus and herself.)
“As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, O God. My soul thirsts for you.(Psalm 42:1)”