The lunch room conversations are sometimes where your faith, values, and personal convictions will be tested.
Sometimes, we get so used to negativity, hate, distructrust and and overall bad attitudes from people that when we finally experience real kindness, love,positivity and trust from a person, it looks fake and fishy.
You need to have evidence when dealing with some people. Voice notes, screenshots, photos, photocopy, anything. So that they wont come by later and denied that they never said that. It's sad, but that's just the reality.
One thing about teenagers, the world revolves around them. Not the other way around.
One thing about the elderly, they are entitled to everything.
I feel like whenever I have a consistent workout and prayer routine, my life is in order
This is a touchy subject. But I have noticed that No matter how many kids you adopt, people will always know your real kids one way or the other. Whether by the way you interact with them or just how alike you all look.This might be different for couples whose only children are their adopted children there. There is a special bond between biological parents and their kids that is not between adopted kids and the parents. I'm not sure if I will ever want to adopt a child, but my prayer is that every child that gets adopted would be shown enough love and care.