We often go through different seasons and transition periods until we get to the next phase in our lives.
“In the meantime,” during the in-between phases, we have to find a way to still honor ourselves and embrace this new season.I’m currently single, which is a fairly new phase for me. I wasn’t sure if I would blog about my singleness, but I want to be transparent and always share what I can, especially if it can help someone else.In the meantime, while I’m single, I’ve made a conscious decision to be very particular about who and how I spend my time with because I want to enjoy this season while it is here. During this time, I spend a lot of time with God, journaling, or going to church. I also spend countless hours working calculus problems. (Sidenote: I’m taking Calculus 2, and it consumes a lot of my evenings.) In addition to that, I blog, take myself on dates, spend time with family and friends, and most importantly, I spend time with myself.This is a chapter of my life, in which I get to be selfish with my time and do whatever I want that brings me joy and peace.While I cherish this season, in the meantime, I want to be sure I grasp everything I am supposed to learn while this season is here. I could choose to be upset, but that would be wasted negative energy. You will soon realize that in every season of your life there is something you can learn to help yourself and possibly someone else.So, wherever you are in life, in the meantime, enjoy that season, learn all you can, and pour into yourself.
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
Ecclesiastes 3:1 KJV https://bible.com/bible/1/ecc.3.1.KJV