I have come to the end of my almost year-long project. As I screech to a halt (I’m excited!) I also experience feelings of serenity, silent joycontentment. I’m glad for the (character) refining lessonsperiods that I have learnt through these months. I couldn’t trade this experience for another. It’s been my first major solo projectI’ve stuck right through with it to the end.
Among many other good things, I’m glad to know that I can trust myself to do something good. That I can be faithful with myselfmy own work, even if no one else sees or follows up (it’s been a private project, well before its soon coming (I believe) launch.) I have built credibility with myselfmy self respectesteem have gone at least a notch higher. I am glad. I’d encourage everyone to keep on.
Most importantly, however, I have re-discoveredknown again God’s faithfulnessmercies; new every morning. (Lam. 3:2223) And I know for sure that “He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it.” Phil. 1:6.