4 classes of moments in life that your choices as a young woman fall under


Every moment in life will either make us or break us. Moments when you are offered a choice as a young woman because adulting is tough as so much is expected of you. You are offered the choice to obtain a degree from college, be a drop out or be uneducated. There are also moments when you will have to choose whether to be married or not. The choices in life are numerous, for some, they were guided through the right counseling to make the right decisions, while some  had to learn from their mistakes of making the wrong choices in life but what matters most is that we must choose as humans.
To make it even clear, we must learn to choose rightly as young women. There is a scripture that says "for women are the home builders". This is very true because the outcome of every successful home depends mostly on the woman. Ever been in those moments when you were  left with no option but to make a choice that is not just for your own interests but also accommodates the interests of others too.


Today, I'm going to highlight four classes of moments that our various choices in life fall under. 

Moment when you have to make a sacrifice: so many choices in life come with a truck load of sacrifices and you constantly have to keep sacrificing for those kinds of choices. Just like that moment when you made the choice to be successful, you  also knew that success entails a lot of sacrifices like; learning, humility, endurance, serving,  developing yourself so that you can stand out from the crowd. In other words, the moment when you have to make a choice is the moment you decide to pay the price now so that you can enjoy later.

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Moment when you must conquer a flaw: as a young woman you should learn now to conquer your little bad habits, fear or addictions.  That moment you accept that you can only be you, not like anybody else is the day that you will have inner peace,  self worth, self respect, self love and self compassion. And others will begin to treat you exactly how you present yourself to them.

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Moment when you have to save a friend: you will never truly know the meaning of friendship until you have been in a situation where you have to save a friend's life. Such moments include being an accountability partner, donating your blood during a tragic illness for his or her quick recovery, interceding in prayers for a friend's soul.

Moment when you have to spare an enemy: growing up I have learnt that no matter how much you dislike someone, you will not be at rest with yourself if something bad happens to that person without you sincerely forgiving him /her for their offence. There are also moments when you can be in the position to enact vengeance upon an enemy but you will have to choose what is right -just let it go.

It doesn't matter who became your enemies in the cause of life but the moment that you decide to spare them matters a lot because it is a defining moment in your life as a young woman, it is the memories that you grow up with that moulds you into what you become.

Till next time friends. Please let us learn to make the right choices and let every moment in your life be a treasure.

Your thoughts? 
What moments and choices in life have brought joy, sadness, happiness, clarity and focus to your lives?

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    1. I appreciate those kind words, Kate. Thank you for stopping by.

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  2. I've made a lot of good and bad choices in my life, and I tend to remember the bad ones a lot longer than the good. That's why I am thankful for Jesus. He loves us even when we make bad choices, and He died so we could be forgiven and free.

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    1. Making mistakes is inevitable for humans, Heather. But we thank God for His salvation. Thank you for visiting sister.

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  3. Each of these are difficult moments in our lives. Thankfully we have a powerful playbook (bible) to follow for all of our decisions!

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    1. Melissa,you are right. The beauty of those choices is that they define who we are. The Bible should our code of conduct. Thank you for visiting and reading, sister.

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  4. Ah yes! So many moments and choices we have to make as grow older. If kids really knew what it was like to adult they would never want to grow up!! I think also we need to make mistakes, to learn and grow from. The best teachers are mistakes made and learned from. A great post with really valid information x

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    1. Jem, you are far too kind. Sincerely adulting is hard but to whom much is given, much is expected. We must make good choices still. Thank you for reading, sister.

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  5. One moment in my life that brought much joy was the adoption of my son. I was filled with anxiety and my son was filled with fear, but there was also beauty and redemption.

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    1. Hi Allyson, you must really be so brave to extend love to another child through adoption. May God keep you and your family. Thank you for visiting and reading.

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  6. Yes!! “ The moment when you have to save a friends life”, really stood out to me. I have just recently became someone’s accountability partner and everything you said is right on!

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    1. Hi Keisha, thank you for those kind words, for helping another woman out may God strengthen you to be the best accountability partner to that person. God bless you again for visiting and reading.

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  7. These are really difficult and challenging moments in our lives when we take tough decisions. God sees us through most times.

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  8. These are four very good pieces of advice. I am now 53 and I wish I would have heard some of these when I was younger, especially on self acceptance and being willing to sacrifice for others. Great job. Thank you for sharing. - AMy
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