My Leap Of Faith
"There are only two ways to live your life: as if nothing is a miracle or as if everything is a miracle," Albert Einstein. For those of you that know me, this next statement may come as a shock, or it may not. I feel it has been a long time coming. In the back of my mind, I was uncertain as to where I stood with Jesus, but because I asked Christ's forgiveness, I can now rejoice with my fellow Christians and know that with God's help, I will go to heaven. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't proclaim to know everything about the Bible. In this time of chaos, I just felt like I needed a life raft and something to hang on to... or, as my mom put it, some hope for the future to go back to normal. I can tell you this much, and it comes from more of a spiritual place than a biblical place; I knew before this whole pandemic situation that there was a God, and he was watching out for me. I didn't know what my purpose was on this earth, but now I know for a fact that it is to write and share little slices of my life with my readers. I would still love to learn about the Bible and grow in my faith, so if anyone reading this cares to start a conversation, I wholeheartedly welcome your perspective.