I’m pissed off.
I haven’t been writing much because I haven’t been having the best 6 months so far.
Yes, it’s only month 4 of the new year.
I still had baggage been carried from last year. So the updates I’ve been writing felt forced.
I’m not the only one having it rough, reading what Thandeka wrote is proof of that.
My saving grace has been going back to reading the Bible app I keep deleting and reinstalling on my phone.
I think when you are too much in your head, you end up thinking you’re the only one having it tough.
So I’ve been on the move.
Literally moving from a bigger space to a smaller.
Taking long walks when I’m home.
Leaving an energy sucking job of 5 years for sales gig…I now see why getting a sales job was so easy…they always hiring because people quit.
It’s scary thought, slowly down.
To pause and listen.
I think I’ll break down.
Maybe that’s what I need.
Not sure if I’ll ever stop if I start…
…I’m not church person.
I went because whenever I went to visit my cousin’s, and they went.
Silently wishing that on that particular Sunday something needed to happen, to prevent us from going.
God found a way to scroll past that prayer though.
Because God has Facebook.
I did it for others, going to church. I was not internally drown to it.
The choir events, when church choirs from other churches come together to sign church songs, were dope.
Everything else lacked integrity.
The only organisation I experienced which had integrity of the highest level was Network 21.
Anywhere else was just filled with hypocrisy.
The Bible has been edited too many times for it to be taken as gospel.
Making sure you are on the right path.
Your north star.
But some church brothers and sister, even in other church, see it as gospel.
I don’t believe in church.
I don’t think I ever did.
I believe in God though.
The God of my understanding.
The one Phetheni still has a copy of…yes mama ngi sase lapho.
So I have been reading through the verses and highlighting passages that I want to contest or interpret better or relate better to.
Finding what I can apply that day, since I started a morning routine of reading a chapter in the morning.
Tom Bilyeu recommended I have a routine, and he’s the truth.
I feel better now.