The Spark in the Heart

This past week was the medicine that my heart needed. I could put the pieces back into my batteries and self-esteem. I found ways to energize my mentality when I had become too complacent. More importantly, I learned to let go of the things weighing on my head and heart. Thank you, Cathy, for getting me the hell out of dodge and allowing me to take a serious step back.

I didn’t disconnect from electronics, and some folks don’t understand that rationale. It’s simple because I make a living on electronics, and I need to keep up with different things. I can pull back a lot and disconnect for a window of time, but I like working with technology. It’s constantly evolving and gives me a sense of knowledge that helps me continue to push for better opportunities in life.

Over the weekend, I didn’t go to church because I needed to get myself ready to face the workweek. Don’t get me wrong, I love God, and I love to worship. I also love that I could watch the service from home in my pajamas as opposed to entering a building. There is a lot to be said for comfort and catching your breath after a beautiful vacation. Usually, when we go back to work, we walk into mayhem, and I am ready to face whatever challenges land my way.

My heart got a spark reignited because I have found my passion for stepping out of my comfort zone. The past week provided me opportunities to do things that I am comfortable and uncomfortable with, and I loved every minute of those experiences. When we have that fire ignite within our souls, there is no limit to what we can accomplish if we don’t quelch the flames. When we push ourselves, we have new life. There’s an energy that ignites with passion, intensity, and zest. It’s been a long time since I had that feeling, and I’m glad I got it back.

So on this Monday, I hope you all find ways to get the spark in your heart to push yourself for the things you didn’t know you could do. The only thing that fear does is hold you back and put out any fires that you start. Be willing to fan the flames to your desires and ambitions. You never know what you may encounter along the way. Have a great day, everyone.

One thought on “The Spark in the Heart

  1. Sure right, you don’t have to disconnect from the electronics, just limit the intake. I dare say it’s kinda bad in this day and times that we live in to totally disconnect from the electronics – you need to always stay in the know, too much madness is going on out there. Church is in you, so you don’t always need to go to the physical building to have church. Glad that you were able to rejuvenate/get your spark reignited – a good getaway always work wonders!


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