Move the mountains

20-11-19 09:47 AM (CEST). I am an adventures woman. At least I think I used to be and I still got it in me in some way. The highest mountain I ever walked up to was Galdopiggen in Norway, 2469 meters over sea in 2008, I think it was. It was beautiful with the glaciers and the snow even though it was summer. Unfortunately we didn’t have a great view on the top, because it was misty. It was great anyway and took all the day. I was a little scared at a few points, but it was a good fright. I love the rush of adrenaline.

I’m writing on a new lyrics that are about moving the mountains. Do you have problems that seems big as mountains? I sure do. I struggle with them, but I handle them as good as I can. Life is not always easy and can seem really unfair sometimes. For me it is moving away from everything that I had, just because I wasn’t secure at home. I miss my home deeply, friends and people and I am not used to my new situation and living yet. It takes time. It takes time to get new friends and loneliness often strikes my heart. I am happy that there is a digital world we live in though. I can keep in contact with some friends, get to know new people and also do my blogging. I love to express myself in the written word.

My weekly prayer today is that you will find faith, courage and opportunities to move your mountains. In Jesus name I pray. I don’t know how I can move my mountains yet, but I hope and pray that there will be solutions.

Stay safe and peace to all of you my followers. Peace ✌️.

PS: This picture below is me sitting on top of Simonsberget, 89 meters. The mountain was just close to where I used to live before.

Photo by AnniNaomi (2019, from archive. Simonsberget, Koppartorp.).

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