What is “dying with dignity?” Taking this simple statement at face value may have drastically different meaning to you than what Google fetches. Dying with dignity is now coming to be defined by a movement which promotes an individual’s right to control their death on their terms.
Part of the reason we yearn to die well is our desire to create comfort for ourselves even in death. Our mistake is in believing we can muster up this comfort in our own strength and works, as if we were the ones who conquered death.
I love my busy. I want meaning and passion, a life filled with purpose and intent. Abundance.
I knocked on this "door" when I was 7 years old and the door to life has begun a dance ever since with lots of twists and turns, bumps and bruises.
My call is to work for God, whether as homemaker or professional and in all of life's shifting seasons. I still feel torn between my new identity as a mom and my career aspirations.
Sometimes the balance of work life and family life is hard. I want to be the kind of person who can be everything to everybody.