The duration of life is limited, as we are aware. But we often take time for granted. We live as though we will be here forever or we will be young forever. No one will ever master life and perfectly avoid the pitfalls that are set in our path. But if we live like we should, those pitfalls will not deter our path to having a healthy life. If we live with our brothers and sisters as we should, our lives will be more prosperous. We pour our focus into trying to outdo each other. We compete, compare, tear down, criticize and hate on each other, when we should be building up, empowering, encouraging and complementing each other. We live our lives based on what is trending and not on what is real. This type of living is not only trending in the secular world, but in the church as well. Pastors are more concerned with the numbers rather than the needs of those attending. The current state of the world, have folks running to and fro, seeking validation from a variety of sources, but end up feeling emptier than before. A popular celebrity recently stated that “life is lonely”. It is lonely when we use things to give us happiness, or we seek happiness from people. We must dive deeper within ourselves and seek a deeper understanding of life, through a conscious effort of connection with our Creator. Until we do so, we will continue to experience drought in our lives, a feeling of hopelessness, emptiness and loneliness.
I believe knowledge is something we gain through our life