Similar to the previous leg of this #flight from #Beirut to #Doha that I shared 3 days ago, here is another look at @qatarairways A350-900 #businessclass from Doha to #Boston with a similar 1-2-1 cabin formation and similar lie flat beds and services. However, on this long haul flight, you do get a @bricsmilano amenity kit as well as a @thewhitecompany pajama. 👍🏼
At the risk of being cheesy, I feel inspired to say a few things:
1. We live our lives and are permitted to enjoy aspects of it only by God's infinite grace. He provides the means and the perfect timings for all things that are going to become important for us and everything He chooses for us has a purpose regardless of how we want to see it, and how little or insignificant things may seem. In fact, there is even purpose with what we don't enjoy.
2. Love is the most important aspect of human life. Love in the eyes of God implicates a sacrifice, the Ultimate sacrifice through Christ and we are allowed to live to show that love onto others. Love is a choice and when we choose to love God and then ourselves, we also understand the deep connotations of loving others (not necessarily in the romantic sense). Therefore, it is crucial to love yourself (because He did) first, and only then will love be reflected onto our peers.
As a way of concluding my ramblings for tonight, I end this post by saying that SUP is one of the ways that God's grace is reflected in my life because I am allowed to witness the most beautiful sunsets, docked on a yacht parking area. His love is presented to me in the movement of the sea, leaving traces of salty water on the side of my board as my paddle glides through. I am allowed to lose myself in my thoughts as I sail around while breathing in the warm summer air.
I am a blessed woman, thankful because His grace goes beyond my thoughts or actions, and it is because of His love, that my imperfections and flaws matter less.
He said to me, "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness." Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ's power may rest on me (2 Corinthians 12:9)