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Where Faith, Social Media, and Life Collide
The Architect’s Daughter: Where Faith, Social Media, and Life Collide
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Here’s the greatest truth I can give you right now about loss, building, and beginning again: Sometimes a wall is a door.
We run headlong into a wall that is unforeseen and unforgiving. It hurts like hell. But if we will actually let ourselves hurt, feel it, experience the pain, experience the incapacitation, the injury, lay on the ground for a while, live in the loss instead of trying to spring into frantic action, and prove we’re fine . . .we just might find that the wall was actually a door after all.
The author cherishes the sacred space of their deck for soulful conversations amidst nature’s backdrop. They compare the ever-changing skies to our multifaceted identities, encouraging us to embrace the plurality of our lives and experiences. By sharing our diverse selves, they believe we can enrich our community and personal growth, finding connection and freedom in the exchange of ideas and past experiences on the back porch.
‘𝙰𝚖 𝙸 𝚐𝚘𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝚝𝚘 𝚏𝚎𝚎𝚕 𝚕𝚒𝚔𝚎 𝚝𝚑𝚒𝚜 𝚏𝚘𝚛𝚎𝚟𝚎𝚛? The woman in the mirror with sleep-deprived eyes and a hollow heart revealed the depth of my heartache. Have you been there? Have you walked through a season of betrayal, self-doubt, or unexpected circumstances? I’m currently walking through a season of supporting my husband who is now…
As my eyes fixed upon the shattered glass at my feet, frozen in the aftermath, I couldn’t fathom how the very glass I had unloaded gracefully from the dishwasher had chosen this dramatic path and sent my heart thundering. In the realm of this recovery journey, it’s akin to a delicate dance, a constant expectation,…
This season has proven more challenging than I could have imagined. To be completely honest, the last month went beyond physical exhaustion; my soul was weary, and the sense of falling short and shame weighed heavily on me. Years of seclusion, keeping a carefully crafted happy family image of life unraveled abruptly when my husband’s…