A Simple Thanks

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on my blog. A lot has transpired in my life and I felt compelled to share with everyone that reads my work. Last year I was let go from my full-time job and my last day was June 30, 2011. It’s been a challenging time but despite everything I’ve been through I’m grateful. Fast forward…the organization that let me go rehired me on a part-time contractual basis because of my reputation and hard work from the last place. Although I suffered a salary reduction I’m thankful to even bring home a pay check as many in America have gone without. I was unemployed for 8 months before being rehired but I had time to spend with my son and that is priceless.

When times got hard I sometimes became fearful but I had to remember that fear equates to little faith. God doesn’t want me and whomever is reading this post to live in fear. He hears my cries and my prayers. I know that either a full-time job will come my way or He will provide me with other ways to make ends meet like getting my books off the ground so I can be published, teach part-time at a college and birth my dreams. Although some feel like I have accomplished my dreams I still have more that I would like to see happen. (Never limit your dreams).

I will end with a prayer that I wrote down in my gratitude journal:

God, I know you’re my provider and counselor. When I want to talk about “sensitive areas” just remind me that you’re always open to listening to me and I know you don’t have a judgemental ear. Before I even ask or speak you already my heart and that its (whatever my need is or what I have dreamt about) already done.

With that being said I say thank you in advance for a full-time job, thank you for my total healing of a broken heart in the past that grew into anger and that the anger be gone (I’m almost there God), thank you for allowing me to be able to provide for my son and thank you for those in my life that truly know me and what I’m about and know that it’s just not about me.

Thank you God, it’s because of your grace and mercy that I’m sane, loving, dedicated to my calling, passionate and prayerful.

As always…thank you for the daily protection over my son. Although I’ve been working for a few months I’m still not used to leaving him. But at the end of the day you know where my heart lay.

I love you God…and I simply say…thank you.

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