December 2022 Favorites

Hello! We are at the end of another month, and more importantly, another year. December was an eventful month. Winter slammed into us. States were affected by major snow storms. I saw a meme that accurately summed it up, saying: “Winter is coming. The entire thing. All at once. In one weekend.” The month feltContinue reading “December 2022 Favorites”

American Wealth: Hope, Opportunity & Resilience

[Image via englishspeecheschannel.com] “Always do what you are afraid to do.” Ralph Waldo Emerson By: Gabriela Yareliz There was a JFK essay contest in high school. We learned about it through a newspaper we would read in English class. Those cute papers that had poems and featured other peer writing. I wanted in, and IContinue reading “American Wealth: Hope, Opportunity & Resilience”

Immigration: France to Offer Asylum

¬† Way to go France! The great republic is opening its doors to Iraqi Christians who are being persecuted. This is a proud moment for the nation. It echoes what Sweden did with Syrian refugees. To read the article:¬†English | French “Ask the travelled inhabitant of any nation, in what country on earth would youContinue reading “Immigration: France to Offer Asylum”

What do they see when they look at me?

“Here is the path to the higher life: down, lower down! Just as water seeks and always fills the lowest place, so the moment God finds men abased and empty, His glory and power flow to exalt and to bless.” Andrew Murray By: Gabriela Yareliz Hello friends, seekers, those who stumble upon my blog forContinue reading “What do they see when they look at me?”