A Standard of Grace

There is no charm equal to tenderness of heart
While yesterday was full of more luxurious health activities (Yoga & Whole Foods), today was filled with, what I like to call, “sweet nothings”.  Vintage stationary.  Pumpkin coffee. Good reads.  Blogging.  
The good news?  I’m just as content today as I was yesterday.  The better news?  The only real contentment comes from faith in our Creator; an everlasting presence that, when such contentment is ignored, discontent and material and self-domestic perfectionism set in.  Oh, to be reminded of this each day.

While yesterday was full of more luxurious health activities (Yoga & Whole Foods), today was filled with, what I like to call, “sweet nothings”.  Vintage stationary.  Pumpkin coffee. Good reads.  Blogging.  

The good news?  I’m just as content today as I was yesterday.  The better news?  The only real contentment comes from faith in our Creator; an everlasting presence that, when such contentment is ignored, discontent and material and self-domestic perfectionism set in.  Oh, to be reminded of this each day.