Things I’ve Said Lately…

If I may, let me share with you things I’ve learned in my life that perhaps, you should know before you graduate. These are my words words but important ones to process. Read these lines very carefully… Are you ready for them? Here we go.

  1. “This life is full of evil people with evil intentions. No matter where you go, you will find your fair share of falling angels claiming to be nice and kind but in reality, these bunch are as bad as your worse enemy. Be aware.” “Most of the wars people fight in life are a collection of uphill battles often fought with limited resources. No wonder why so much conflict is silent. The moment a person is silent (or absent) towards you…. Be aware.” “Never, under any circumstances, lose momentum. For your own sake, resist nothingness and the comfortable position of inertia. Do what you can to be in motion, always seeking what will come next. Embrace change and don’t be afraid to change course if necessary. Always live your life for God. The Love of God loves forever”
  2. Listen carefully: Inevitably, we all pass through challenges in this life. It’s normal, it happens. Sometimes we struggle with family members, close friends, acquaintances, a boyfriend or a girlfriend. Please realize that I’m here for you, if you need it. Sometimes I will make you laugh, sometimes, I will cry with you… or have a chat with you at the cafeteria at the university or any other place because I want to not because I have to. You matter to me. My phone is now available to you. My door is open to you all. Never, under any circumstances, forget the love that God has for you and me. The Lord loves you, always.
  3. If you want to have a positive impact on teenagers and young adults… Be relational. Be yourself. Everybody else is already taken. Never, under any circumstances, be who you are not.
  4. Being grumpy and entitled don’t take anybody anywhere. Don’t be afraid to fulfill your destiny. I love having perspective… Going to these shows (craft shows) have been a blessing for me as a small business owner and as a college professor. You should attend professional events as well. They are quite eye opening. 

More to come next month! 🙂