November 16, 2005

Keeping with Lion King Theme: The Circle Of Life

Hey viewer(s), [hopefully plural]
End of term is fast approaching and I am beginning to realise (ever so slowly) how much my life seems to go round in cycles of stuff or in cycles of me being taught stuff but unfortunately I am still yet to learn so the circles of my life continue to spin.
I can think I have changed for the better in terms of friendships and my walk with God but so often similar lessons are being shown to me but in new guises.
I wish I were less apathetic and had more desire to break these circles and come closer to God and depend on Him.
End of.

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  1. I think we can never "complete the circle" in reality. If we did, we would have nothing else to learn. I know what U mean tho. I often find myself listening to talks or reflecting on experiences, thinking that this is the time "to change" and actually act on these new revelations. Yet as soon as I go back to the grind of everyday life, these ideals seem to just trickle away and finally be lost, until God reminds me again, and so the cycle continues.
    Your're right tho, dependance on God is key, but we so often forget this and try and rely on our own strengths to get us through.

    23 Nov 2005, 11:55

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