Goodness. This is one of the most difficult topics to talk about. For me, it is so broad.

The dictionary defines it as “the quality of being good. ”

As you go more in depth of this definition you see the words integrity, honesty, quality.

When I first started this blog, I had no idea what I wanted to talk about. I knew for a fact the best way to reach out to people is from my own experiences.

Saying something and sticking by it is so important. “I’m going to be supportive.” “I’m going to be there.” Those quotes really mean something to people who are allowing themselves to be vulnerable. When saying these things – the person accepts your plan to be present without any judgment of the circumstances.

Quality is also a key point to goodness. Customer service & being accountable for a relationship are good examples. People will remember someone who will go the extra mile to make sure things run smooth. No – you don’t have to be perfect – just show that you’re trying.

I hope you will pursue this fruit with excellence and grace. Remember that someone will appreciate your efforts.

Whatever you do, do it from the heart, as something done for the Lord and not for people, Colossians 3:23




A Reminder of Grace

If the bible isn’t really your thing, you probably would think it was some perfect utopia book where everyone was living right and always being perfect. No one sinned and war and hardships were not an issue.

Well let’s stop right there, because that is false. No one was perfect in the bible. In fact if you read carefully, you would see a lot of people with flaws and imperfections. The Old Testament was a dark & scary time. I can barely handle today’s issues in America, I can only imagine living in that time period.

From murder to wars, nothing was off-limits in the Old Testament. Abraham almost sacrificed his son to death. Yet God still spoke to him and gave him prosperity and power. How amazing is that?

In this life, I will not make all the right decisions. I will not always walk in the spirit of God.  But God created all of us with a purpose to glorify his name. We must always remember that grace is what keeps us alive and thriving : not our perfection. When we understand God’s love, our hearts will strive to be good people — and that’s all that matters.