Don't ever change yourself to impress someone, cause they should be impressed that you don't change to please others — When you are going through something hard and wonder where God is, always remember that the teacher is always quiet during a test — Unknown
Hope all is going well. Today I am back to check and see how everyone is doing and I miss you all and I miss writing for you all in the last few days. I haven’t been blogging for the past few days. Been so incredibly busy with family and other tasks I must fulfill and I have been doing a lot of work to present to everyone different blog topics, working on several other things and attaining my goals in my life. I am super excited to share with you all once I am on the road to success with everything. In the next couple of weeks, I will be writing more on my blog, but I just need to get work done and get myself back into the swing of things and then I will be resuming back to my regular blogging everyday and I have many new topics coming up and so much more. Stay tuned!
All the best to everyone! May your dreams and wishes come true.
In the last 2-3 years, I have been missing in action from the Armenian community with joining committees and being part of the events going on. I have realized how much I miss it and how much I want to get back into the swing of things. I went to church yesterday and there were people who have known me since I was a kid up until the recent months, and some recognized me and some didn’t and It was something that really bothered me, because they have known you all your life and then, they don’t remember your face anymore. That really concerned me and I said, something is wrong with that picture, I have to do something to prevent people from forgetting me, when they just saw me in the summertime. I think that was my queue to go back into the church and the Armenian community. I have been attending bible studies which is about it, but I haven’t been attending other things and events. I think I need to really change that and start back up again and do something to make a difference in my community. I wrote stories about my dedication to the Armenian church and community and the last couple of years I have had a setback and I realize that it is wrong and this weekend I reflected on that. I will be heading back in and in full force. I do not want to disappoint my late grandfather who passed away 10 years ago. He always told me to never stay away from the Armenian community and never lose your journey to it and always remain Armenian and be proud of who you are which I am for sure. My passion, dedication to my community has never faded. I just had a few personal issues, but I am back and back better than before.
I will be contacting committees in the next couple of weeks and this week and I will be putting my name in and getting back to the grind. I thank those who have faith in me and those who support me. Thank you.