Lately, I’ve been struggling with the idea of living life. How would you live so that you might say I’ve live out my life to the fullest of my capacity fulfilling all the purpose of the Creator?

It’s not easy to lay down at night and wholeheartedly expressing the satisfaction of life while you’re still thinking about what might life bring me tomorrow. Jesus did mention to not worry about tomorrow for what we eat and drink and even to the clothes we’re putting on has already been taken care of. But why, deep down in our heart, still that feeling of not enough.

Did I do my best today?

Did I use all the time that’s given to me wisely?

Did I do what I planned to do today?

Did I make it?

To all this, I thought of the movie, Groundhog Day with Bill Murray. If I had a chance to redo everything all over again, how would I live forward regarding the possibility of life?

Take it easy, I used to say that. But somehow, deep down, I don’t want to take it easy. I want to keep pushing forward no matter what.

  • I want to do my best today, regardless of time or space. I want to live my heart out to its capacity. I want to love with an honest intention, with all that I am.
  • I want to use all the time that’s given to me wisely and not wasting any moment. Always on the go, always forcing forward. Timing can be tough but the more I do, the more I will know, wisely.
  • All the plans I’ve ever wanted to reach, all of them are given and blessed. I want to move with a purpose in mind, with an intention of loving God and loving others.
  • At the end, He made it. He did. On that cross of reconciliation, He took it all upon Himself and made it through.

As apostle Paul has said, I am no longer live but He who lives in me. I would like to let Him, the maker of Heavens and Earth, the almighty, the one who loves me unconditionally, to lead me and guide me today to do exactly what I’m meant to be while I am still alive and living and moving and have my being.

This will be my habit for everyday. Affirmation of the life that God has given me and live with what He has appointed me to go and be fruitful.

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