by Stefany J. Jones on Thursday, July 27, 2020, at 3:00 pm

There aren’t enough hours in the day or time, for that matter, for me to honestly write down everything I think, feel, ponder, consider, learn, and grasp with each day and each personal interaction with people. There is so much learning in the day, and as a nation, we have become obsessed, if you will, with the sending and receiving of an innumerable amount of messages at any given time. We are products of a television era that brought the concept and art of mind control to a whole new level.

We have been so consumed with information and messages; I believe that much of the very parts of our ‘human experience’ are getting lost in translation. Because body language can’t be read through an email message, because the tone of voice is not heard through a text it is quite easy to misread and misinterpret what is being said, the temperament of what’s being conveyed, and the vibration of love in all sincerity when interaction with folks.

I am learning that even in our approach to one another, because of the lack of time spent in fellowship. I mean fellowship not partying, hanging out in lounges, etc.. but the time spent exchanging thoughts, ideas, values, life learnings, and even some things of pain has crippled us and our society from the ability to be compassionate and empathetic towards others.

The reason why people are so easily offended is that they are starved—starved for attention, starved for acceptance, starved for love. The reason many are so impatient is that deep down inside; we feel we are going to MISS something if it’s not there at that moment. And guess what sometimes, in a moment of hesitation when we should have made that move, we absolutely can. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

For me, this process of being perfected in my walk of life and my life period is a process that is teaching me so very much about the human experience of others.

Still, my willingness to learn everything there is to learn about myself (good, bad, ugly, or indifferent). My lessons aren’t always easy; in fact, most of them are quite the opposite. And while seemingly there are just as many hours I spend crying from he pains of broken-ness as there are the hours I spend with gratefulness and joy – I have realized a few things which I’ve listed below:

(1) Where we are today is a product of yesterday’s thoughts

(2) Where we will be tomorrow, will be a by-product of what I think and do today

(3) I have such a great FORCE of POWER within me that it has always been there and while I didn’t recognize, know, or tap into it in the past; others knew and saw in me what I didn’t see in myself, and that was the reason they hated me and hated on me

(4) Knowledge is power, but it’s wisdom which is truly priceless

(5) Choosing a life of service to do God’s will for your life sometimes means leading a people and a movement. That is no easy task and comes with a huge responsibility.

(6) Walking in ALIGNMENT with GOD and purpose is not always going to feel good, but it is ALL GOOD in the long run.

Being perfected in love through love is a process. It’s not an easy one, and it’s only for the fittest. It’s taken me years to get to where I am and to think I haven’t even scratched the surface. Rather than take this journey alone, I choose to walk it with everyone watching, looking, whispering, and yes, plotting. But the Universe is infinite, and I am but a spec, and if this was why I was put here, then I had no choice in the decision either way.

So instead of fighting the process, I now accept the difficulty and the molding and the shaping and take these difficulties like a champ. After all, I’m a winner, always have been, always will be, and so are you!

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