I see my life as being on a journey. I’m not so much about the destination as I am about the journey. I don’t want to ever just arrive; I think if I ever arrive I might be mahkediedead. Now obviously, if my destination was my mom’s hale [house] down in California, then ultimately I want to get there. But I don’t want to miss what ke Akua [God] might show me along the way. He has a way of surprising me a lot of times. Like seeing all the crape myrtles in Red Bluff. Or the koi pond. Or maybe even the puka tree as I holoholo ka‘a down my gravel road.
I see myself as a pilgrim. Sometimes I don’t like what I see (or can’t see) up ahead, but I will keep going. It can be a very difficult process much of the time. Like now. I don’t want to be pau grieving tomorrow. I want to be aware of the process, to be open to what ke Akua will teach me as I holoholo [walk] along. Is it fun? Heck no. This is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. But don’t give me the instant destination please. Let me be aware of what You want to teach me.
Oh so nice. How you put da words on da pic-cha?
I looked at the pictures I took at Gatherings and shoots I am buying a new camera. Wait till you see what I did wit da pic-chas. Oh you have to wait till Xmas. LOL Not too long. hehehe
Blessings to you today! Thank you for sharing this beautiful picture and verse!
great points… something i’ve heard, but never “got” lol.. hugs and prayers!
I think that verse and picture go so well together. It reminds me of a walk with the Lord.
Beautiful picture and Scripture! Thank you for sharing and happy WFW!
You are WONDERFUL…
God bless you sweet sister in Christ!
Your heart is sincere, and such a refreshing gift.
Love your verse, and your insights.
OH, I like this. You picture, your verse, and your words…great job!
Beautiful WFW. Don’t know what a hale is or any of the other Hawaiian words, but if it’s one of the hardest things you’ve had to do, then I wish you strength and may God bless you.
Mine is up too and I have a giveaway.
Beautiful photo with a lovely verse! Have a blessed night…
You’re verse & post reminded me of a Beth Moore bible study I took last fall called “Stepping Up, Psalms of Accent” and she specifically talks about the pilgrimage that the Lords people took in Psalms. If you haven’t done that bible study, I encourage you too, because I think it would really speak to you.
Beautiful WFW! Thank you for sharing it and for stopping by my page.
indeed, the journey and the process go together.
anden we never journey alone…what a lovely thought/pic/verse to have on my b’date.
you make good match & make me think…