Don’t Be Afraid – Just Have Faith

by Ceryl Susilo on July 3, 2012

Kind Readers,

It’s a gorgeous day today! I can feel the fresh and clean breeze through my window. The sun shines bright and Summer season is here! July is our month of Independence, it’s our duty and responsibility to give thanks, to acknowledge our values, integrity and freedom, especially as one country and as one race, as human beings.

I am feeling blessed and thankful for the Lord’s kindness and blessings. Life is a journey, each and everyday has its own chapter and its own purpose to fill. Everyone has their own purpose in life, their own meaning of life.

Have you ever wonder, what is the meaning of life?

During my morning meditation time, I often give thanks and reflect on my life….

Everyone wants to stay healthy and live in the abundance….

We have to wisely acknowledge what are the elements of the meaning of life. We have to have a clear vision and purpose everyday. To maintain good energy everyday to achieve your daily tasks , responsibilities and finally complete your goals in life.  Although this sounds cliché …but it is true…life is not about the destination….it’s all about the journey….how well you will travel your life?

Energy is equal to vision and purpose, don’t you agree?

I went to my Church last weekend and the Father mentioned during the mass, he said, “Don’t be afraid, just have faith.” Be strong and courageous, it all starts within yourself. 

The statement really resonated with me and I keep carrying it in my heart all week and everyday.

I know that we need faith and we need to take actions as well. To stay balance and stay sync in life.

What’s your Philosophy of Life?

These are some steps to just begin to realize aspects in life, to know your purpose, to be brave, to carry on your faith everyday in your action:

1. It begins from just realizing one’s potentials and ideas. Perhaps to chase a dream, to seek happiness, to follow or to create your own destiny in life.

2. To achieve biological’s perfection. This is the need to survive, to evolve, to reproduce. Your devotion to build a family, to raise children and grandchildren.

3. To seek wisdom and knowledge. To keep on learning, to expand one’s perception and to be wiser each and everyday.

4. To do good, to do the right thing. To add values to others, to leave a legacy, to build this world into a better place, in harmony, in peace, with respect and responsibility.

5. To understand meanings relating to God. To act justly, to love, to show mercy, to humbly walk with God.

6. To love, to feel, to enjoy the act of living. To love, to give, to take care each other more, to be compassionate, to enjoy life, to seek beauty in all forms.

7. To seek pleasure.

8. To have power, to be successful, to be a better person.

Life is Good. We just have to simplify. Simplify our destiny, values, our goals in life. Learn all the lessons that life brings and trust your intuitions and follow your hearts.

“Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe,” Gail Devers.

I believe in the beauty of sunrise and the magnificent of sunset. Mother nature has really taking care of us.

Now it is our turn to return the favor, to maintain act of kindness, to have positive attitudes and positive implementation of our beliefs, our faith for a better us, a better future generation.

There is a good transition of finding the meaning of life, just simply have faith and have a simple living.

Do you believe in Simple Living?

“Simple living encompasses a number of different voluntary practices to simplify one’s lifestyle. These may include reducing one’s possessions or increasing self-sufficiency, for example. Simple living may be characterized by individuals being satisfied with what they need rather than want. Although asceticism generally promotes living simply and refraining from luxury and indulgence, not all proponents of simple living are ascetics.  Simple living is distinct from those living in forced poverty, as it is a voluntary lifestyle choice.

People may choose simple living for a variety of personal reasons, such as spirituality, health, increase in “quality time” for family and friends, work–life balance, personal taste, frugality, or reducing personal ecological footprint and stress. Simple living can also be a reaction to materialism and conspicuous consumption. Some cite sociopolitical goals aligned with the anti-consumerist or anti-war movements, including conservation, regrowth, social justice, ethnic diversity, tax resistance and sustainable development. ”

In conclusion, folks, they are lots of unexpected elements in life. The most important thing to do is to stay FOCUS.

To be steadfast, to have faith in the Lord, in your self and in each other.

To stay disciplined and committed to whatever you set your mind into. Perhaps your focus is to take care your children, to take care your family, your spouse, or perhaps to grow your home business, to increase your careers, to make a difference in someone’s else life, to be a volunteer in your community, you can choose wisely and stick with it, find your own skill and your own style to walk with confidence, values and goodness in your mind and in your heart, to not be afraid, just have faith and just do it.

CLICK here to make a difference to help feeding the children around the world:

http://www.teamgoodness.networkgoodness.org

CLICK here to live your life to the fullest with time and financial freedom:

http://www.numisnetwork.com/perig

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: