The Butterfly Effect

I spend too much time thinking. My mind is in a perpetual hum, going in a million directions, yet going nowhere at all. It’s exhausting! When I was young, I used to look out the window with a furrowed brow on long car rides and just think. My Dad would glance in the rear view mirror and say, “Kenzie, what is it that a five-year-old has to think about so seriously?” At the time they were probably pretty basic questions of life, why is the sky blue?, why do we have ten fingers and ten toes?, who let the dogs out? (please help, I still don’t know this one)but lately something else has been plaguing my mind: purpose. How is whatever I am doing at this moment meaningful? And not just on the surface level, but I mean deeply, viscerally meaningful. It’s like everything I do has to have some kind of “productive” end point. But that’s not how we were meant to live. It’s a perspective issue, not a reality issue.

I know how we all have a specific calling and purpose designated by our Lord and that our identity is ultimately found in Him. This is so important to understand. But at times, it’s not always about the insecurities about who I am, it’s more about what I am doing. But maybe the two get inappropriately tangled at times? I’m not sure.

Something I’ve found myself caught up in recently is the purpose of this blog. I started it to catch up friends and family on the happenings in our lives, share how God is working, and to record a few of our favorite adventures for us to reminisce about someday. It brings me joy. And that should be enough. But at times I feel like it’s not- particularly when I get caught up in the comparison game. For example, there are times I’ll find myself slaving over a recipe, giddy in the making of this creation, getting ready to post it, and then suddenly I’ll come across an “accomplished” blogger with many printed cookbooks, perfect photos, and a massive following. Naturally I think, “What’s the point?” and stuff the post into drafts.

Comparison is the thief of joy- no truer words.

But lately my perspective has been shifting, and I hope to offer encouragement to anyone else that may be experiencing the throws of writing insecurity, lack of direction, or is just asking, “What is the point?” in anything you do.

This shift came with contemplation of the Chaos Theory- the idea that a flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil can cause a tornado in Texas. Some think the theory is a bit silly, but I love the illustration. It fascinates me- this idea that something seemingly minuscule can create something massive, powerful, unstoppable.

Maybe we can learn a lesson or two from this small, fragile creature. As cheesy as it is to use a butterfly metaphor, I’m gonna use it, gosh darn it.

Let me pose these questions-Did the butterfly physically see the the breeze created from a simple flap of the wings? Or did the butterfly actually witness the power ultimately created from this small act? No, but it continued fluttering along anyway.

The butterfly didn’t flutter it’s wings with the intention of creating that tornado. It flew because it was what it knew how to do, because it allowed the butterfly to live its short life the best way it knew how with what it was given…because it was the butterfly’s own form of artwork. Maybe the “small” things we do and invest time in don’t always have results that we can see right away, but they can breed wind storms of creativity and joy within ourselves. When we do something we love for its own sake we are bringing joy to the Ultimate Creator, who instilled these innate passions and abilities uniquely for each of us, so why deprive ourselves of this? When we can learn that investing in joy is a worthy investment, despite tangible results, our lives can be lived dramatically differently- in freedom.

Additionally, the butterfly flutters on persistently despite what the other butterflies are doing. We each have been created with an originality and purpose that will differ from anyone else’s. Just like no two butterflies are the same, neither are we- so why do we insist on comparing each of our journeys?

It’s when we can fly in this freedom that the breeze becomes a gust, and the gust becomes a storm- a storm of inspiration that overflows out of us. When a butterfly flies on by, it’s hard not to pay attention to the beauty of the creature basking in its own ease, persistent in doing what it was meant to do with it’s short life. In all that we do, no matter how seemingly small, if we do it with the same fervor and persistence, others will be inspired. When we allow ourselves to get lost in our own chaotic creativity, passions, and pieces of life that bring us joy, others will not be able to look away. There is something contagious and infatuating about someone who pursues what they love unapologetically. But if we miss the freedom of being content in our own originality and situation, we lose this power.

Even when we feel like we are walking uphill in thick sand, when nothing seems to matter that we do, and when we don’t feel like we are making a difference in the mundane ebb and flow of life, we have to realize we may not ever know the profound effect we are actually propagating. We just have to take that next step, continue fluttering, if you will. We don’t know what difference our footprints could make for someone else who stumbles across them later on. It could even be the comfort they need in knowing they are not the first to walk that journey

So to those who are wondering if you should share that post sitting in your drafts, publish it. To those that are wondering if you should call that long lost friend, do it. To those that are wondering if pursuing something you love is worth the risk, it is. To those who are wondering if you have a purpose, you do. To those that are wondering if you are worth it, you are.

Take that step unapologetically. Whatever you do, do it with love and with heart.

That next step may just be the first step to unstoppable.

92 thoughts on “The Butterfly Effect

  1. Kenz this post is amazing and so beautifully articulated! A great way to start my day. Thank you for putting into words what so many of us feel and think about. I love you

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  2. I just love and appreciate this greatly! I get caught up in comparison too, but I fail to respect that what I share may help others. I have friends who have told me they love my content and photos even though I may think they are not good enough. My husband is wonderfully supportive. I want to show real life, which may not have the best lighting. But I love my blog as an outlet of creativity. This spoke so much to me!

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    1. Kori, I SO appreciate you taking the time to leave this comment… your words are spot on! It’s about that creative outlet and knowing it can help others and bring joy to others even when it doesn’t seem “good enough” to us! I love that you said you want to show “real life”… that’s wayyyyy more important than the perfect lighting but sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the aesthetics game. Thank goodness for supportive husbands right?!? I’m so thankful this resonated with you a bit. And I’m very thankful to have found your blog to now follow along! Have such a good week!

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  3. Dear Mack, just out of bed and your post is one of the first one my eyes fell upon as I was still shaking off my night leftover thoughts…

    It surprised me to read you talking about comparing yourself to other bloggers. It is only human to do so, but I never would have thought you were doubting your addition to the bloggosphere. I am glad you adressed it.

    It made me stop and think for a moment. I guess we all have our share of doubts, and not having it would be the sign of an exagerated self confidence. It is a good thing, in the end, if we don’t let doubt stop us.

    I like the butterfly metaphore too. I long realized every step I take in life has an effect on everything else that happens and will happen to me. That’s why I don’t regret anything I’ve done or have been through in the past, even the bad things. The sum of it made me who I am now, and only God knows who I would have been if I had not made the mistakes I made. I just wouldn’t have learned the life lessons I needed to learn. I also know that my actions influence, if so lightly, the people around me.

    So we are all butterflies, wether we want to, or not. We are just not aware of the tornadoes that will result of our wing flapping.

    It will not stop me from doubting myself, but I think I’ll be a little more confident when it comes to hitting the “publish” key. I’ll try to keep in mind that however silly my post seems, it might bring a much needed smile on some random reader’s face.

    Thank you for the Monday morning thought! 🙂

    Big hugs, beautiful you 🙂 xx

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    1. Oh, sweet Cyranny! I just heard about Quebec and my heart is BROKEN. 😦 There are no words. It makes me so angry, so incredibly sad (those words don’t even seem to suffice)…. I’m sure it did shake you up being so close to home. MASSIVE HUGS your way!

      And thank you for taking time to stop in and read this and leave such amazing words full of encouragement… I love how you said every step we take effects everything that happens to us as well- the sum of our lives, the good/bad/ugly/beautiful all leads us to who we are and leave us with lessons that can propel us to be better people to those around us and encourage others. One of my favorite ways I’ve heard it put is those experiences make us “relevant” to others. I just love that. I hadn’t given that side of the token much thought, but I’m very thankful you brought that to light!

      I can assure you that your posts absolutely bring those smiles to random reader’s faces 🙂 You are definitely one of those people I would classify that inspire others with the way you embrace your journey. You have allowed me to be more cognizant in my present, finding joy in the “mundane”, and finding humor in the simple. It has inspired me from the get-go and I know I always say it- but I’ll say it again- I’m thankful to be a part of the cove!

      Thank you for your sweet encouragement, and I send big big hugs, prayers, and love your way today, and to Canada, and to this world that is so broken 😦

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  4. This was a wonderful, inspiring blog to read on a cold, snowy Monday here in Ohio. I forget about the Butterfly effect and it is truly a wonderful metaphor to remember. So so true that comparison is the thief of joy. When I was taking my practice test last Saturday I found myself comparing my score to the rest of the class and feeling discouraged that I wasn’t at the top instead of just being grateful that I am able to take classes, study, learn new things. I feel more encouraged now to keep flapping my wings wherever it brings me. And you my dear have a gorgeous, lovely, inspiring blog and frankly others are now probably comparing to your blog! I venture to say we who follow you love YOUR BLOG just as it is, and personally, I can’t get enough of your keen wit and humor in every blog! Keep flapping my beautiful daughter!

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    1. Aww thanks, Mom!!! ❤ I so appreciate you sharing everything going on in your life that resonates with these similar feelings. But you are so right- thankfulness is a PERFECT place to change our perspective to. Thank you ALWAYS for your immense encouragement and love! You're the besttttttttt. And I know you will do AMAZING on that exam- no doubt! So SOOOO thankful for you!

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  5. Mackenzie, I love reading your blog so much. I hope that you never forget that part of your purpose is reaching out to others through your words and showing the joy of the Lord. You are such a light. Thank you for always sharing your encouraging thoughts and letting God speak to us through you!

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    1. Rebeckah, your comments always touch me deeply. Thank you for your sharing from a place of truth and love as a sister in Christ. Also thank you tons for taking the time to read and encourage me. It means the world. I hope you have a lovely week ahead, and you are such a light as well ❤

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  6. Aww MacKenzie, what a great post! I love your thinking. It’s so encouraging!!!! Keep writing and don’t ever feel ” What’s the point?” LOVE the new header too. AND….the pic of you…those eyes!!!!!! Wowzers! Have a great week. xo

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    1. Ahhh you’re the best. Thank you so much, Anna!!!!!!!! You’re such an encouragement to me! Hope you have an amazing week ahead as well 🙂 I so appreciate you taking the time to leave such sweet words! xoxo

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  7. This was such a creative, insightful, and thought provoking metaphor. This is one of the prime reasons why I love blogging and the blogging community because some people such as yourself have these amazing inspirational posts that really send out a strong messages and morals to us readers. Everything you’ve written from beginning to end is so agreeable from ‘one little minor thing can lead to something greater’, ‘we’re all so unique and different so why do we compare ourselves with others’, to flat out ‘just what you love to do with no hesitation’.
    It’s crazy to me because in retrospect, I feel like I lived through each of these but in phases throughout my life, for example:
    It started with always comparing myself to others, when I got out of a 5 year relationship I was at a weird age where a majority of my friends were starting to get locked down and on their way to marriage, family, kids etc… so for the longest time I couldn’t help but to feel that loneliness…it was for sure tough and subconsciously I was doing it to myself by comparing.
    But then I eventually got over that (time heals all) and then I was going through the, “well will this little minor thing I do in life, really make a change?” I was unhappy with a job I was at, it was getting so tedious and here and there I would send in my resume but for a while nothing was happening, it felt like I would be stuck forever but again, over some period of time, I started to get those call backs and interviews and I noticed the change and hope was driven back in me.
    And now, I’m so happy with where I am at in life that none of that in the past even mattered. And I’m on the final stage of just doing things here and now, without hesitation or thinking twice. There’s no reason not to!
    I can’t believe how much this post just made me reflect on my own life- something about it makes me feel at peace! Thanks Mack!!!

    xo, JJ

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    1. Ah my sweet JJ! Thank you thank youuuuuu for sharing this with me. I totally agree about blogging- I have been incredibly impacted/inspired by other’s beyond what I could have ever expected by everyone just sharing their world (you are included that 😉 ). Thanks for sharing this journey with me!!!!- I bet during that time it was incredibly hard and confusing, but it’s SO cool to see where that crazy stage of life has brought you! And you have no idea how much that encourages me to hear about how the whole resume/interview process was… well a process. I am in the throws of it and seeing that you are in a job you like and that you thrive in after all that is immensely encouraging to me! Gives me some hope and peace about all the uncertainty. You are such a light here and you truly have the gift of encouragement. Thankful for you, girl! xoxo

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  8. Love this,I’m finding myself the same lately in trying to determine what my purpose in life is, where do I go job wise,what do I do to improve my chances of a better job, what would give me a sense of satisfaction in life..my brain never stops whirring these days! But agree with the sentiment to try and do those things that have been putting off 😊 x

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    1. Aww Stubbsy! I am so thankful this encouraged you! I can assure you that you have a purpose, friend! I am learning more and more we are not defined by what we do but who we are (or whose we are from a Christian perspective!). I so appreciate you sharing that this resonated with you in this way. We are super similar in the way we think about things. I hope you will keep me updated on your journey! The best is yet to come! I believe that for you!

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  9. “Comparison is the thief of joy” what a profound statement, and one we need to keep in our mind. I will take the next step , and move as slow or fast as is needed on the journey. Such a beautiful post Mackensie, huggs❤ Terri.

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    1. Terri, I am so thankful this encouraged you to take that step, however that may look for you on your own beautiful journey ❤ Thank you for reading and encouraging me as well. Big hugs back! xo ❤

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  10. Yes! I struggle with this one too and this post so beautifully encourages me today! I enjoy reading your blog and feel the effort, time, and love you put in to your posts!

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  11. Well my friend, if you ever wondered if there was a purpose to your blogging, I think you have no farther to look than the comments above (and I have no doubt there will be a buttload below) mine. You may not expected it or planned it to go the way that it has and it may not have a set “purpose” but all you have to do is look at how many lives you have touched simply by being you. Yes small things make a huge difference and the simple fact that you took time to create a thing of beauty is something that we all appreciate. Who cares about “Pro bloggers”? They do it for money. You do it for something much more profound. Keep on writing and I know I’ll keep on reading. Cheers.

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    1. Kristal!!!!! Ok- your comment actually brought tears to my eyes. THANK YOU for always being such an encouragement to me. I can’t even put into words how much this touched me. Wow… Thank you, thank you. You are a blessing to me! Have such an amazing week ahead.

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      1. Remember that whole butterfly thing? A few simple words from me and (if I’m reading it right) a good-sized positive impact on you. There is so much anger and hate and sorrow and frustration out there, the least we can do is spread some love and happiness. That’s what you do with every post so I just figure it was my turn to re-pay the favour. Have an awesome week.

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      2. Ahhh you are SOOOO right!!! See there?! I love that. And yes, I could not agree more- if we all just focused on spreading love than hate, oh how different our world would look. Thank you BIG time ❤ Hope your week has been SUPERB so far!!!!!

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  12. thank you for this inspiring post, Mack! I’ve always done my hobbies, without expecting it to have an effect. If I could pour my heart and soul into it and I could create something, that just made me happy. It has always been enough. But then I got older and looked back, I remember, it was my 27th birthday. I felt like I had spent 10 years to get my degree, that I didn’t really want (my dad wanted me to become engineer, so I did) and then I found a job, that wasn’t really my thing. But I tried so hard to do everything right and good, that somewhere along the way I forgot to take myself with me. I was 27 and I hadn’t accomplished what I’d hope to accomplish by then, not when it came to my personal desires. I had to learn to enjoy the little things again, to tell myself that it was okay if those little things didn’t have an impact, as long as it made me happy… But indeed, who knows it’ll bring me somewhere I didn’t expect to go! I just need to believe in myself, which is easier said than done, really… xoxo Sarah

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    1. Sweet Sarah, thank you so much for taking the time to share this with me!!! First off, about your perspective of just doing things you love just because you love them… that’s the perfect perspective that I wish I could accept so easily! I think I have this “productive” mentality, that if something doesn’t seem to be productive in some way, I have a hard time justifying doing it- but how screwy is that?! You’ve got your thoughts in such the right place and it’s a GREAT reminder for me. When I start getting caught up in all that, I’ll just have to re-read your comment 😉

      Second, from the career standpoint- with how you reflected upon that and realized that you hadn’t pursued necessarily what you had wanted and how it left you feeling like you hadn’t accomplished what you’d hope to…Oh girlfriend, I so get that! I think everyone would resonate with that in some way!!! But even if you hadn’t accomplished exactly what you had in mind in particular, I have no doubt that you have made an impact, shared awesome memories along the way, met people you may have not met if you had taken a different path… right?! So sometimes it’s that perspective shift too, which it seems like you have certainly done! Plus 27 is SO young. You’ve got endless opportunities in front of you, love! I absolutely adore that you are embracing to those things that bring you joy- and I can tell you, just sharing this with me has encouraged me tremendously!

      I’m excited to see you grow in your different passions! You should believe in yourself, because you are worth it. I know I believe in you beyond a shadow of a doubt. YOU DO YOU, girl ❤ xoxo

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      1. Thank you for your kind words Mack! I actually don’t think it’s a bad thing to want to be productive. I think that feeling is called ambition! Ambition to do things that have a great impact! And as you said, to have a big impact, it starts small!
        And somewhere, we mustn’t be too hard on ourselves and the choices we made in the past. We made certain decisions to survive certain periods in our lives. Our aim at that moment always had a reason behind it. But almost at the age of 30 now, I finally have the feeling that I can do what I want unapologetically. Like everyone else, I have my duties in life. But I will not let that stop me from doing what I love, which is dancing, singing, blogging, buy make up till I drop,… We just have to let ourselves enjoy the little and the bigger things in life. With this true passion that you have inside, you will want to grow, you will want to get better (for no one else but yourself). And because you get better, you’ll have a bigger impact after a while. Some people have a plan to get there and some go with the flow. But one thing is for sure, it’s always one step at a time! Let’s grow together in our passion and share our successes and maybe failures! Somehow each failure will bring you closer to your goals! xoxo Sarah

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      2. YESSSS, girl, PREACH! This was so spot on!!!! Wow- thanks for taking the time to respond with such TRUTH! I so appreciate it. I agree whole-heartedly! You are so right- each failure brings us closer to our goals. It’s a redirection of perspective, it’s not even a “failure”, just a closed door! I need to keep this in mind in case I don’t get this job. THANK YOU TONS! XOXOXO

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  13. I had so much I wanted to comment on but then I got to Dexter and everything else just went away! We LOVE Dexter. I watch the DVD’s over and over. In time I expect to be as knowledgeable about Dexter as I am about The Walking Dead.
    I’d say something about Ohio and how it smells (U of M {all that is good and virtuous} vs. Ohio State {dark and evil}) but I love you so I can’t. You DO know that Buckeyes are nuts, though, right?

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    1. Hahahaha- DEX!!!!!!!!!!! Yes!!!!! SO good. I started the Walking Dead but stopped around season 3 when life started getting crazy in nursing school- now you are motivating me to start it back up! I think DJ may enjoy it too. Also, YESSS!!!! U of M! I knew that I liked you for some reason 😉 Lol. My family is SUPER divided. We actually had a house divided flag in our home because my mom and me are U of M fans and my sister and step-dad were OSU fans. So I’m with ya on the buckeyes are nuts! LOL! But have you tried the buckeye dessert? Have to admit it’s one of my favorites. Have a great weekend! ❤

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      1. I did a “quiz” with Mr. C and Pete’s gf Andi one night. We were laughing so hard I nearly peed myself. I know every single episode (including titles) of TWD and hearing their guesses was hysterical. Pete came in and thought we’d all been smoking wacky tobbacky!

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      2. I think I need help with my TWD addiction. And since we dropped the satellite dish we have to go to my son’s house to watch it. I actually gave my son and his gf rules about how to behave when the show is on. LOL It’s a good thing they love me!

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  14. I absolutely adore this post and I believe in the “Chaos Theory” or “Butterfly Effect” or whatever name it goes by. While yes it is important to “Make a difference.” I don’t think everything a person writes has to be heavy and inspirationally life changing. Big or small just by posting you are creating those vibrations in your own circle that will spread out to others big or small. You never know what posts might resonate with people, and that extends not just in writing or the blogosphere but also life, with jobs, and every day activities. By smiling at the barista or helping that mother with the stroller down the subway stairs can have an impact. It might not seem like it but it does.
    I love what you wrote about how when we “get lost our in own chaotic creativity, passions, and pieces of life that bring us joy, others will not be able to look away.” It is so true. When your authentic and passionate people take notice no matter how big or small it might seem. That reverberates.
    I always think of how many of the great artists; writers, painters, composers, sculptures, philosophers etc were not revered until after they passed. Their footprints must have felt so small to them and futile, but now centuries later we consider them geniuses. You never know what impact you are making.
    Thank you for this! And side note I love everything you post! So much love to you sweets! ❤

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    1. ❤ You are the best. I absolutely LOVEEEEE what you said about “Creating vibrations in your own circle that spread out” … It reminds me of dropping something in water and watching the ripples go outward. Just another beautiful illustration of that small drop creating such a massive effect!!!!! I think my issue in particular is I just have this mentality that everything I do has to be productive in some way. It drives DJ NUTS. He jokingly calls me “Max Efficiency”. And it messes with me on everything, and that is so NOT how we are supposed to live. But I’m learning, slowly but surely. I think part of writing this was giving myself that assurance that it’s okay to not see any physical results of doing what we love. It’s just the joy that is enough! Also with all the artists you mentioned- they didn’t set out to change the world, they just did what they loved, and made a difference in the process. Thank you for that. You always astound me with your insights! THANK YOU for your sweet, sage words, love! ❤ ❤

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      1. Awe thanks beauty! And yes! Exactly! I took a class where we had to do that, and then write about what it meant.
        Haha I love that “Max Efficiency” I am the same way though. I always have to be multi tasking and trying to fit it all in. If I do something it has to have several causes and effects. No it isn’t. Sometimes it is good to just smell the roses and not because we will create perfume out of them, or they would make great center pieces AND look good in a photo and THEN give them to someone and then…
        It is really hard to allow yourself to be still. To do something frivolous. Our world has become so “Purposeful” Which isn’t a bad thing, but it is about balance. Sometimes by being that calming presence or just smiling, makes a difference.
        It totally is! And you definitely bring joy to so many people! Me included!
        Exactly! Awe thank you! I am glad! Sometimes I feel like it is a bunch of table so that means a lot! 🙂 Awe you are very welcome sweets. Thank YOU for being you! It may not seem it but you always brighten my day and put a smile on my face which is a huge gift! 🙂 ❤

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  15. I found your post through Nikki’s Posts of Note at Flying Through Water. I loved this post so much. I tend to get caught up in comparison way too much. I started my blog hoping to find my purpose, what it was that God set me apart to do, with who he made me to be. I’m learning that part of the process is learning to enjoy the journey. Thank you for sharing your wise insight. 🙂 -Amy

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    1. Oh Amy, this is EXACTLY the way in which I was hoping this post would encourage someone! THANK YOU for sharing this with me, and I resonate with everything you are saying! I hope you have a wonderful weekend enjoying YOUR beautiful journey 🙂 I am looking forward to following your blog. Thank you for stopping by! ❤

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  16. “When we do something we love for its own sake we are bringing joy to the Ultimate Creator, who instilled these innate passions and abilities uniquely for each of us”- THIS IS MY FAVORITE LINE. I LOVE IT!!! I believe that our GOD is a happy God and HE delights in seeing us joyful! 🙂

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    1. Nina, THANK YOU for your comment! I am so thankful that these words resonated with you…. when I came to that realization it TRANSFORMED things for me. It truly allows us to live in so much more freedom! You are so right= He is a loving God beyond our comprehension and only wants the best for His children!! ❤

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  17. This is very True Mackenzie…..We don’t know what difference our footprints could make for someone else who stumbles across them later on.

    I wrote this poem below, yes our footprints do make a difference good or bad…

    Our Footprints
    No one comes into our lives without leaving
    their footprints good or bad,
    May I accept the Love that is offered
    and not dwell on the rejection and hurt,
    but forgive or seek forgiveness
    and move on in Love,
    Then the footprints I leave will always be
    ones of Love and encouragement even if not known
    by those to whom its shown.

    Christian Love and Blessings – Anne.

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    1. Aww, thank you for sharing Anne! Wow, I love this poem you shared. Very powerful and moving and TRUE. ❤ I so appreciate you encouraging me with this and your sweet words. Have a beautifully blessed week ❤

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