Looking through the window, I see beyond the hills and valleys, a lovely orange sun setting beyond the skies and a shadow of darkness descending . The clouds have painted a hue of colors that appear to be dancing in the backdrop and faint stars are slowly making their elusive appearance.
I slip into a dream world with such magic around me seeping into my system , gradually making me a part of this beauty and enchantment, I ponder wondering whether this is a dream or a real world experience, but it matters little when I consider the joy it brings into my heart.
Life is a beautiful experience once we adopt things around us looking in the happenings of our lives with the attitude of a positive human being who is lost but yet is happy… The greatest secret of everlasting happiness is recreating our imagination….
“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.”
If you live long enough, sooner or later you will work for a terrible boss. I don’t know what your pet peeves are, but these two bother me the most: a boss who thinks he or she is too important to be bothered with the likes of me, or one who deems me so incompetent that my every move must be monitored and measured.
Today’s verse was written during a time when the gods people worshiped were either distant and detached or frantically orchestrating the events of life. They were moody, arrogant, and conniving—always looking out for themselves.
But here, the writer gives us a different picture of God—the one true God. He calls him our shepherd. A shepherd is neither distant nor controlling, neither indifferent nor smothering. Yet he is very present.
God demonstrates care for us by leading, protecting, and providing. He is aware of our needs and hurts and is responsible for our welfare. With a shepherd like that, what more could we want?