Hello, my loyal readers! Have you ever seen something and knew exactly who was the one that made it or did the job? You can tell by the shoes, clothing, art, or even food who was the one who did it. So is what we do in our lives as well.
Whatever we do reflects who we are. What is your work say about you? Have you ever considered this question? If not, take a moment now and evaluate it. Does it speak about your excellence, passion, love, and care? Are people drawn to it? This will determine the effectiveness of your deeds and actions in your life toward yourself and others.
Be intentional in how you do things, say things, and give out things. Why? It expresses more than words could ever do. Let it be an extension to give to others of yourself. The impact will
be felt for years to come. You can even influence others to see things in a different light.
I was given several years ago a framed poem of the “Touch of the master’s Hand” that was a story of an old, battered violin that was abandoned. A professional violinist saw it with admiration. He took it and started to play while the music penetrated the very soul of those that heard. In his hand, it reflected his love and passion of the instrument.
Today, my question is to you, “What is what you are doing saying about you?” “Whatever you do (whatever your task maybe), work from the soul (that is, put in your best effort), as (something one) for the Lord and not for men.” Colossians 3:23
Peace, Love, and Joy!
Sandra Ivette Miranda