One day as I was browsing Facebook, I came across some profound words of wisdom that a friend had shared.
The author was Gianni Crow.
I immediately took a look at his profile, and began following him. I do not know him personally, nor did I friend him, but the wisdom of Gianni Crow feeds my spirit daily.
Sometimes his posts are short, simple and to the point.
This one, in particular, was profound for me…
We often remember the moments we wish we could forget but never regret the things that once made you happy.-GC
This little sentence by GC is life-changing. Anyone who has endured a divorce can identify with this one. Never regret the love you once had for someone, nor the time spent together, even though it ended – even if it ended badly.
Gianni Crow has designed a life that allows him to touch the hearts of all who choose to follow him – or was it by Divine Design?
We need to be kind again.-GC
Borders weren’t built to protect people but to separate and alienate us from one another.-GC
Grandfather said: Comfort zones are like deserts, rarely anything grows there.-GC
If you are on Facebook, you can follow GC or friend him.
Visit the website: GianniCrow.com
At first glance, one might assume that this blog would be about architectural, fashion, interior, or web design. That would be true if we were speaking literally.
However, it is my opinion that everything we do is by design, figuratively speaking. Sometimes, we find ourselves magically transformed by what can only be defined as “Divine Design.”
Whether we painstakingly plan or create a strategy, or whether we live spontaneously, it is still by design. Perhaps you have heard the saying: Not making a decision is making a decision. I feel the same is true with designing your life. Even when you do not have a goal, a plan, or a purpose; that in itself is choosing a design of spontaneity.
This same concept can be applied to nearly every aspect of life. Careers are normally designed, while temporary jobs contribute to spontaneous income, which is again, by design.
There is not enough time in a day to discuss the many designs of romantic manipulation and spontaneous romantic encounters that sometimes turn into long-term relationships. Suffice it to say that even romance deserves a little design work.
Last year was a tumultuous year for many around the world. I have decided to take notice of all that is beautiful by design in the coming years.
You are welcome to join me on the journey.