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Monday, September 13, 2010

Life's Journey


I was watching this video about traffic light.

The traffic light is like a metaphor of our journey in life. In the traffic light, there are three colors which serve us a guide for us to be aware when to stop, to let go of things and have courage to take action.

Red

This color would mean to STOP! There are certain times that difficult problems would arise, that can be health problem, love and family problem as well. Sometimes we don’t know how to find ways to solve our problems but never stop exploring ways to solve it. Do not stop with your journey in life. In Romans 3:3-5 Not only that, we feel secure even trials, knowing that trials produces patience, from patience comes merit, merit is the source of hope, and hope does not disappoint us because the Holy Spirit has been given to us, pouring into our hearts the Love of God.

Green

Green would mean of Letting GO! If you have difficult problem so what? Let us always look on the positive side that problem is really part of our journey in life. All we need to do is to accept and go on with our journey. In Isaiah 43:18, Remember not the events of the past; the things of long ago is consider not.

Yellow

Yellow would mean of Taking of Action. While problem or trials would sometimes break our heart, it’s also a way of making us strong. Do not be afraid to take action. All you need is to have courage to face each challenge. In 1 Chronicles 28:20, David also said to Solomon his son, “Be strong and courageous, and do the work. Do not be afraid or discouraged, for the Lord, my God is with you. He will not fail you or forsake you until the work is finished.

2 comments:

scribbler said...

i liked this. ngayon ko lang napansin ito.. it brought tears to my eyes..

hehe.. drama... but maybe i should really take action.. now. :)

ALBERT said...

I cry hehehhe
this nice post- It bring back the movie "I do"- Filipino movie just recently. And I love the quotes.

Godbless my friend
Stay safe always

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