I have always been an admirer of the French and of their language. I came across the word Toujours and thought it would be wonderful to apply the meaning of this word to my life.
Toujours is a French adverb that means, “Always, Anyway, Any How, At Least and Still”.
I liked the sound of the word and thought that in my words, actions, and deeds if I first thought…
to remind myself that I wanted to strive to always be…
Don’t the ones we love deserve the best we can give of ourselves? Don’t we ourselves deserve to be the best we can be?
There’s enough negativity in this world that I want to determine to be the type of person who always sees the beauty in the day. I want to be the person who inspires others to enjoy the simple pleasures of life.
I believe we should take the time to slow down our fast-paced lives to take a moment to think…
and apply its meaning to every action, reaction and to every word we speak.
Just imagine how pleasant our lives can be. Difficult times come to us all. If we simply take a moment to think…
This can make all the difference. I believe it is wonderful that we as women can celebrate our attribute of femininity; that we can bring to our families, homes and our life a bit of delight and bliss.
‘But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodnes, faith, meekness, temperance: against such there is no law’