Be Still

Sometimes you need: Silence. Stillness. & Solitude.

I consider my “me” time a gift. In times when I think I’m close to being in a relationship, the Lord finds a way to pull me back. As if he is telling me, “Please, be Still”. Entering this new chapter of adulthood has made me realize how much I enjoy my own company. It feels good to retreat and reflect on life. A lot of women consider this “stillness” period as torture, or a waste. For me, I am able to hone in more on my goals and create realistic deadlines to meet them. I can bring the ideas on my vision board to reality. I feel a sense of empowerment and accomplishment. I am confident walking in my stillness.

For I know, the Lord will lead me when it’s my time to make a move on love.❤️

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