Someone once said, "Men/Women are like buses - you miss one, there's always another." I don't think that remark has any particular scriptural basis, but it does trigger another train of thought (no pun intended): We have to wait for the bus to come. Now there is more than one way to wait. You can passively wait - and perhaps miss the bus because you weren't prepared to get on. Or you can actively wait-poised at the curb with all your packages balanced, ready to make the leap when the bus arrives. How long you wait is up to you. Are you waiting in doubt and resignation? Or are you waiting in anticipation of your mate's arrival? Who sits down on the bench when they think the bus is coming? If you're sitting down on the job, it's time for you to get up. You can do a lot to prepare your heart, your soul, your head, your everything for a mate. He/She can be here any minute! There's more than one way to wait........
**For the next four weeks we will be reading Michelle McKinney Hammond's book, "What To Do Until Love Finds You". We want you to join us and add to the weekly discussions. At the end of the four weeks, we will gather together in one particular venue (TBA) to meet and discuss "Extra-Ordinary Single Living". Invite someone to join you as we journey together on this new venture towards Extra-Ordinary Living. **
Week 1 (June 10-16): Chapters 1-4
Week 2 (June 17-23): Chapters 5-8
Week 3 (June 24-30): Chapters 9-12
Week 4 (July 1-7): Chapters 13-15
MaKeisha (Madrix Couture)