Today I came back home and found I received this postcard from Canada.
Thank you for bringing this up in this week.
Although today is just the third day of this week, it's a suck week. Monday, my customers who came from Italy visited us to have a meeting for new projects. OK, for a new project is not a big deal, but for the seven new projects, it likes a hell. Today, I work to 21 o'clock for the same customers and they visit on Friday again.....😩 Help😭
We are human and we are complaining in nature about our surrounding but constantly complaining about something that can cause blocking in our brain and it may harm our life
No matter what keep on trusting #God . So many time's we are #tempted to #complain ,but yet someone is going through worst then us... I have been crying out to God! A young man called mad at God everything thing could go wrong is gone wrong! He knows God's word yet he was consume with anger and bitter! As I prayed with him God spirit rested upon me heavily up in my heavenly language I went the spirit of God took over as I interceded for him I begin to weep for myself sometimes test trials and life will cause you to harden your heart and get angry with God and bitter with people withdraw and dislike people. . if that's you I wanna pray for you. . That God will turn your heart from stone to flesh yielded unto God! I began to tell God I'm sorry I repent as I shared my testimony with him I see where I went wrong in my path! I thank God that young man humbled from a raging spirit and began to listen and ask to come to church ✨😇✨👐✨ O GOD! TODAY I CHANGE MY HEART WAS CHANGED ALL THE GLORY BELONGS TO GOD! I no longer have that old mindset I thank GOD. .💜💚💗💗💙💛💙💜💚 #KINGDOMMANDATEGLOBALMINISTRY#WORDOFLIFE#nobodybutgod#haveyourway#doitinmelord see people don't wanna pray like that no more..🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 #ministry#life#peopleofgod
Dealing some serious emotional struggles today.... basically binged until 10am followed by laying in bed for 2 hours in the dark... followed by 30 minutes of sitting in the car outside the gym staring into space ... finally finishing with a back session in the gym - where I am still .... hitting full #beastmode and feeling angry at myself ... #gymtherapytime .
Seriously every month I have some sort of partial breakdown and feel seriously off the rails around the time of my period... #womenstruggles
Today feelings are - shit wife, bad parent - fat - ugly - disfigured - lazy - selfish and the list goes on ... .
Just keepin it real .... it’s ok to have shit days too - just trying to remember “it is temporary... i’ll feel better tomorrow.... it is your negative mindset”.
Anyway ..... that’s me, hopefully back to normal soon....
this #quote hit me this morning so I thought I would share. My #interpretation is, don't continually #complain and talk about your fears and problems,you only #attract more (and you become someone not to #fun to be around, lol) but share what #actions you are taking despite that fear and how you are getting
through. THAT,in and of itself, could mean the world to someone, and give them courage they may need in that moment. Just knowing we are all humans, all have issues to get through. Share your courage with someone today. I hope you have a #blessed day. I #hope you make sense of my #morning ramble lol and i hope this helped someone #today ✌️❤️🎯💋
I had an interesting conversation with my housemate last night about how hard his parents had worked growing up so that he didn’t have to. He told me a story that him and his brother were complaining about the weather or something pretty insignificant and his mum got mad at them for moaning. His response was that she should actually be happy - because if the biggest issue in her children’s lives is that it’s raining outside, then she’s done a pretty damn good job!
It’s human nature to complain, we all want something ‘better’ no matter how privileged we are. But it’s important to stop yourself sometimes and just take a step back. There are people who are recovering from illness, financial worries, grieving, struggling to afford food... That’s not to say your day-to-day worries are any less important, it’s just a chance to take a breath and decide if the situation is actually worth getting your knickers in a twist about
I am trying my damn best to let some very minor day-to-day dramas go at the moment. By finding the happy moments in my day and focusing on them I can breathe into the stress and let it ease off a little. If these minor dramas are my only worries at the moment then I’m pretty damn lucky!
Try and breathe today, take a deep breath in, and sigh out all the shit!
I've always had high regards for #cuppingroom no matter how overpriced I think the brunch is. Their store atmosphere and food quality is generally quite good. The food today is also great, the salmon is yummy and the porch egg is melt in your mouth kinda good.
But the service... my friend was buying coffee beans, and maybe his instructions were in Mandarin, the service person gave him a very hard time, rolling eyes not one time, not two times, but three times in total.
My friend is of course a stranger to this kind of racism, because growing up in China, he had a proper education and all, and here he is standing in front of a #racist waitress that does not know how to put her #hipster personality aside when she's at a job.
The outrageous thing is they are located at a tourist-heavy district in Central, you would think at least they had the courtesy to train their staff in one of the most used languages in the world, or not to roll their eyes. When we wrote a complaint email, the CEO wrote back, in English... what kind of weird world we are living, when you specifically filed a #racist complaint in Chinese, and you get some #English reply with a half-s apology, lined with oh my staff just doesn't know Mandarin and she was just struggling so she rolled her eyes. (ugh!) (Also please make sure your only reauirement towards your staff is not just looking like a hipster please) Am I still living under colonial time? Or the CEO does not know replying in somebody else's language is a common courtesy?