Sunday, July 29, 2012

Almost there!

This week has been the usual hectic week for me.  Yet, I still believe that my time here was all because of the divine’s will for me!  I have experienced many wonderful moments with fellow interns and realize that I have made life long friends with some. 

I have decided to remain positive for the remainder of the time here.  I feel like I have so many places I want to visit before I leave.  Nevertheless, I will do only do what the Lord allows me too. I have a strong faith in him for he has told me that “No weapon formed against me shall prosper”.  I believe his word and will continue to honor him.

As far as work is concerned, I am involved on many wonderful things and I have met a plethora of persons that have inspired me to reach higher.  I love the idea of seeing persons that look like me working in an administrative capacity. Thank God for my work experiences.  I now have taken the blinders off and see pass my circumstances.  I live life without limits. 

I must say that I have grown through my experiences in DC.  I have always respected the individuality of others and D.C. definitely offers diversity.  Diversity in the arts, entertainment, cultures, religious experiences, etc. is definitely an amenity within the city.

I also recognize the hustle and bustle of the city.  I sometimes feel like it is a survival of the fittest type environment.  You have to hustle align yourself with persons that have good character and will not “step on and over” you for self serving reasons.  I am staying aligned and aware.  For I know that the best is yet to come.  I am energized and ready to run the race in DC.  I want to have a better understanding of the reason I have endure certain unpleasantries on life, but I know that I will be able to use these issues as a testament to someone life. 

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