Power of Perspective
Ever have one of those days, when you sleep in longer than you should, cut your prayer times short and worship in the car to make up for it. Then you enter into a place where you’re leading by example, sure feels discouraging sometimes and a feeling like your glass is half empty.
I find in those times a peace and assurance that comes over me, that even thought I may have failed, God never fails. As I drive up to the studio early mornings sometimes to help with front desk, other times to arrive early and just BE at the studio there’s a rush. A hustle and bustle of students, parents, and friends that are busy going from class, excited about what they have planned that day, and the sheer joy on their faces when you’re walking by them. I hear “Miss Tiffany, Miss Tiffany guess what? …”
It’s an honor that the students are eager and wanting to share a story with me, form their vacation to a drawing that they did or something funny that their best friend said to them.
My glass is ALWAYS half FULL
I have a privilege of pouring in as much as I can into the students. The more I can learn and grow the more I can give each student the tools to grow and advance and take on new territory.
Posted on Fri, February 27, 2015
by Tiffany Zivku