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23 thoughts on “MAKE ROOM”
Wow, it has never occurred to me that some of the things I hold onto too tightly will hinder my growth. This post was great. It’s made me more aware of what I choose to keep in life :))
Definitely some things we hold too tightly to can hinder our growth. So blessed to hear you were encouraged! Stay connected. Looking forward to hearing from you again. ~Pastor Natalie
Wow…. what an insightful post! I have been decluttering during our home renovation for almost a year and it certainly seems to open up a space in your world for newness! Literal and figurative space!
Yesss, definitely literally and figuratively ‘Make Room.’ Blessings!
I love this way of thinking! If we make room, we allow ourselves to breathe and make room for things that suit our actual needs! Love this, Amy at amymarshment.com xx
Thank you Amy, nice to meet you. Yes, making room allows for breathing room and space for what we really need. Stay connected. ~Blessings! Pastor Natalie
Natalie, what an interesting perspective. I certainly keep on trying removing in a minimalist spirit. Great photo too!
Thank you for your comments. Definitely there are times it is difficult to remove some things but it is amazing how having less can make you appreciate even more. I invite you to stay connected and read more upcoming blogs. ~Pastor Natalie
This is an interesting thought! I never realized that holding onto things might be holding me back. Something to think about.
Great post! Sometimes our lives are too cluttered and it’s hard to grow.
I appreciate your comments. Yes, definitely there are times our lives are overly cluttered making it difficult for growth. I welcome you to stay connected and read more upcoming blogs. ~Pastor Natalie