Grace Msalame has an easy smile that makes anyone who meets her to instantly like her. If her smile doesn’t get you, her striking figure and good looks will. Team mafisi, Tibim!
Grace is never afraid of expressing real emotions, and she opened up in a recent post about how tough the beginning of this year was.
“This Morning I urge you to TRUST! The process- I had mentioned this year started off very rough for me in every way! I almost gave up- but see God! So Keep on going, keep on moving, keep on trusting Him & in those very low moments Pray for His JOY to sustain you!! You see sometimes we hold on to so much instead of letting go and allowing ourselves to Grieve… We then find ourselves carrying mountains you were only meant to climb and move on!”
Read the rest of her post below…
“Looking back in my early twenties, there’s a lot I should have just climbed and moved on, but instead I carried some things well into my thirties when I finally had my painful aha moment that this one particular mountain was far to heavy for me to keep carrying!
Albeit letting Go of this mountain has not been an easy road, even though it’s the decision I made, but I’m realizing that some Mountains do take longer to shake off, especially if the investment was Grand and took longer, but I’m finally learning to Grieve the loss, so that I can be free to feel something else, because after 8years I’m learning that maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything, but unbecoming everything that isn’t really you, so that you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.
Yesterday Church was such a BIG Moment for me as I shared on my IG, but one thing I left out was the word I received from the sweetest old Lady who tapped me after the service to tell me “Seek His Face, Continue to Seek His Face and watch Him work through you” and then she left… That word touched me to the core and left me asking very many introspective questions;- Where am I headed? Is this it? and then feeling guilty for wanting more!
“Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything. Maybe it’s about unbecoming everything that isn’t really you, so you can be who were meant to be in the first place”