How

 

In the month of October I will be linking up with other writers on Five Minute Friday for thirty-one days. Each day I will write about one word for five minutes. Here goes…

How is one of those words we use to ask questions. For me this was not an interesting word to write about, and I couldn’t come up with anything, so I did a Google search. One came up as: How It Ends, a Netflix movie, which according to many was a flop.

We use the word: how to find answers. 

How do I build a ship? 

How do I make a speech?

How do I play piano? 

How do I get rid of ‘other’ on my iPhone?

That last question is mine. I’ve been watching YouTube videos to figure it out. Even though I have iCloud space, the ‘other’ seems to be taking up too much space and that red number 1 sits like a beacon by my settings.  Some of you let number 1 sit there forever, but I am one who has to clean things up nice and tidy. 

There must be a way to get rid of it.

Back to the beginning: so how does it end? What end? Why do people make movies about end times? How do they know? Why are they interested?

There is an answer to How It Ends, and you can find it in Revelation in the Bible. Of course it makes much more sense if you read the backstory. 
Find out for yourself today and dive into world history. You won’t regret it.

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Inspire

In the month of October I will be linking up with other writers on Five Minute Friday for thirty-one days. Each day I will write about one word for five minutes. Here goes…

Sometimes when I’m out with my camera I can be inspired by a certain place, a certain look, or most inspiring is the kind of light. I love morning and evening light because it can be soft, or dramatic.

As an empty nester, I am constantly inspired by my grown children’s energy and vitality for life. It extends to my grandchildren who are avid readers. They are constantly creating something in their heads. These younger ones in my life inspire me to carry on even when I lack mental or physical energy. They spark new ideas for me and give me positive feedback.

I was not brought up in an encouraging or positive home. Though my parents were loving people in their own way,  I think they lacked confidence in themselves. They didn’t know how to inspire us.

I’m thankful that God found me and has taught me all along that who I am is enough, and that my ideas may be strange to others, but not to Him. He loves what I do and I work at being content.