Kierra Sheard has posted a new blog entry. In the blog, the ‘Make Me Better’ singer talks about how her grandparents, and parents have been her standard, and the singer is sharing with us what she’s learned from watching their life.
From Kierra’s blog:
My grandfather has been my standard. My Parents and grandparents have been the epitome of what I desire to have in life. I have decided to share what I have learned from their life, my bad choices, and most of all God.
I’ve seen my grandfather be honest when expressing himself. I call him “Poppoo”. I’ve watched him be loving, generous, frank, godly, business savvy, quiet when having nothing to say, and even quiet when having something to say but when knowing it’s not necessary. He’s taught me that if I get a dollar, to keep a quarter. Don’t spend all you’ve got! I have learned…
An unstable man/woman only has to offer instability. Instability doesn’t have, to offer, commitment. Without commitment there’s room for heart break. And with heart break, depending on the person, there’s uncertainty/insecurity. This then strengthens the line of instability which leads to a damnable cycle of destruction (and even the ability to become immune to dysfunction)…at some point you have to be stable enough to break the cycle by walking away. Connect yourself with stable people. #solidity If you can’t do it alone, ask God to give you the strength to get away from what you know is not from Him. This isn’t only for relationships, but other things in life that may cause you to accept mediocrity. If you’re a janitor, try and be the best janitor you can be. (1 Corinthians 10:31 So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.) Whatever is causing you to stop from living your life to bring God glory and you happiness, remove it!