Okay! Today it was not easy to reach my goal of 10k steps. I had to fix one of my websites that generate some income (I wrote about it here a few years ago).
I got an email this morning that the website was down so I worked on it on and off all day! So I did not have much time to walk!
All the same, I completed my number of steps! Woohoo!
Woohoo! I am past the half point in my challenge.
I went for pool therapy today. I got to do some of my physiotherapy exercises while standing in water. It was an interesting experience. Very good experience. I still had my regular physio appointment so it was a busy day.
I could not take my Gear Fit (my wristwatch) into the water. So I lost some steps there. Maybe it is water resistant. I need to check that.
I am so happy I have been able to complete 10 days.
Today was a little harder than usual. I had a nap at about 6pm. When I got up at about 7:15 pm, I did not feel like going out. Every muscle in me wanted to rest. At that time I had just a little below 4000 steps.
I am glad I got up and went for my regular walk. As soon as I got out, I was glad to be on the road.
It’s such a good time for prayers and meditation.
50 minutes later, my 10k step is done!
Day No. 9 you are down!
Thanks for the support everyone. I can feel the muscles in my legs responding to exercise and prayers.
I think I am walking better and my legs don’t get as tired.
I am also getting my strength back. I don’t as tired as I would get after few hours of activity.
Whenever we find that our religious life is making us feel that we are good – above all, that we are better than someone else – I think we may be sure that we are being acted on, not by God, but by the devil.~C.S. Lewis
This is a quote from Mere Christianity. I hope to finish the book by Friday and move on to my next book.
Here are some thoughts from my reading of Mere Christianity and meditation on scriptures.
There is really nothing a Christian can boast about. Everything we have is given to us by God! Even the will to work hard and the ability to work hard is only possible by the grace of God.
Each time we see that we are better than we used to be, we should be thankful to God for his mercies.
When we see other people at the place we used to be, we should be hopeful that they too will move on. We should be patient and supportive especially when we see them trying to move forward.
When we see those who we think are so bad, you can’t imagine how anyone can be so bad, give thanks to God for your parents or the people around you that helped you to be who you are and for God’s mercies.
I am who I am by the grace of God. That is what the Apostle Paul said and it is true of us too. (1 Corinthians 15:10)
So are you proud?