@oluwakemine What a beautiful prayer “Rest in the lord”, something to leave you thinking deeply..
I faithfully believe in freedom of thought in the community, I have always had it tattooed on my conscience as an inalienable democratic value; But at least for me in particular, my individual and spiritual side, God has always been my beacon when facing difficult times and has always responded to me in one way or another: You definitely have to believe. There will be millions of conceptions of reality and the truth, but neither atheists nor believers I believe they can disagree that religion is the spiritual abstraction that gives us sufficient mental strength to withstand the misadventures of life. That we all have. Above all endure pains like the heartbreak by the nostalgia of the perpetual desire to be a mother, which for most of us here, still only remains in desire.
I mention this because for me to believe in God (I take the liberty to get away from the topic a bit), it is a salvation for people already here on Earth. Even though here among sisters we specifically carry the fight against infertility (very fraternally), it is a motto that projects everything. Our despair and anguish come no more than our difficulties to conceive, and it will not cease to be so, but as long as we are clear of the path and what awaits us in heaven, there will be no brave sea that we cannot sail. :)
Maude @mandykatynski, thank you for such a profound piece. It truly got me thinking really deep. How blessed and fortunate are we to believe in a Living God! So so very blessed! And oh my, I thought your anniversary had passed :dohh:. Forgive my old age brain. We’ll surely be wishing you a WONDERFUL ANNIVERSARY on the day! It’s such a great milestone
@oluwakemine I send them to you too friend! I loved your reflection, I’ve read it a couple of times.
YES! Haha! Im trying to convince my husband that we go back to the South of Europe a few days, spend maybe 5 days in Italy to relax a little, lately work has had me super overwhelmed. I have had more burdens than usual in my job and plus it’s not good that I continue to maintain that stress if I want to get pregnant.
I wish wecould go to Naples again. I do not know if you have ever traveled there, it’s one of my favorite cities in Italy because it’s tremendously colorful, cheerful and noisy. Ricardo says it ressembles more like me than him haha but he loves it too, it’s a pretty big contrast to the sometimes gray monotony of the UK. That’s why I’m insisting him haha.