Our spiritual growth is of more value than our material wealth and needs to be given our highest priority.
Sometimes we focus and invest too much into something that do not last forever like career, relationship with other people, and other commitments. We focus too much on these things that we forget what really matters. Life is too short to not live it for the Lord and not live it according to His will.
Because anytime soon He will come, and the careers we have now, the earthly relationships we have and commitments with them won’t help us get to the next level. These won’t save us, only Jesus saves. It is our spiritual well-being that we need to focus on and not these earthly things and sometimes all we need is a little reminder.
Eu varro a sala, eu rego as plantas, abro as janelas pro ar circular. Faço uma faxina pra limpar a casa, faço uma faxina pra arrumar a vida. Pra dissolver e recompor. Até os infortúnios tem o seu valor, na oportunidade de aprender com a dor.
“…Then he got up on top
with a tip of his hat.
‘I call this game fun-in-a-box,’ said the cat. 'In this box are two things
I will show to you now.
You will like these two things,’
said the cat with a bow.
'I will pick up the hook. You will see something new. Two things.
And I call them Thing One and Thing Two. These Things will not bite you.
They want to have fun.’
Then, out of the box
came Thing Two and Thing One!
And they ran to us fast.
They said, 'How do you do? Would you like to shake hands
with Thing One and