HELLO MY DEAR FRIENDS, this is my first blog post so bare with me if its a little rough, but HEY lets just have fun! If you don’t know me, my name is Hawi Tigro and Im a freshman in College. Think of my name like that bald guy whom you’ve seen on deal or no deal. Remember him? Howie Mandel! BUT IT IS HAWI for me. I live in Minnesota (yes, the coldest place on earth, sigh) but I go to college in Phoenix, AZ. I love to play intensive volleyball, sing, and hike in Minnesota. Weird fact about me: Lets see, because I am always weird… my actual shoe size is 8 but I can fit from 6 1/2 to 10. I know… weird. So now you know me, lets get started! I have always wanted to create a blog with a new perspective of life. Usually I would get scared to write a blog because its my own thoughts and I wouldn’t think people are actually going to read it. But it has motivated my writing in the songs I create, journaling, and passion for the adventure I look for to be expressed on this website. We ALL are created with ambition since the beginning of our lives, however there can be obstacles we go through.Why? Is it human nature or is there something that can be restored and recreated?
So what’s up with this “Restore and Recreate” theme Hawi?
The meaning behind this aspect is that spiritually, God does not think of us as damaged, but rather than we are restored in Christ. We are not only renewed, but recreated into a different person. Another aspect to look at this is that the things in our life that is ideally important can be recreated into something bigger and BETTER. I came up with restore and recreate because there can be a transformation in humanity by how we can mold and shape our values and beliefs. There were tricky times in my life where I didn’t know if transformation was a thing anymore. We were created in our mother’s womb being so perfect and pure, but now living in a world of sin can make it harder to have a deep relationship with the King; so we recreate that love.
In this blog right now, I want to share how restoring yourself does not ONLY mean having a clean state, but restoring yourself is creating a humble self about the life in front of you. This is how i see humble to be: humble can be a pretty name for courteous. Knowing that modesty is shown, it means to have a low estimate of one’s importance than another. Someone important in my life when I was younger said to me that to reach stage “Humble”, you must find peace. Humble was hard enough, but now I have to worry about peace?! Restoration can be a big thing into having it in relationships.Restoration in relationships helps daily activities go by without causing any problems. Honestly, it can be hard to be humble because we want to introduce the flawless things that are apart of our life. Lets face it, we cant help it that sometimes being egocentric can please us and is a way to define humanity, but does being boastful cause your life to be steady? At least I don’t think so. Proverbs 11:2 says, “When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with the humble is wisdom.” If you think of it medically, God stitches this “humbleness” in our body like a machine and the machine itself works by adding wisdom to it. LIKE WOW! HOLY SMOKES! To gather all that information, it basically means to get in the level of restoration, you must add wisdom and humble together to get a steady relationship with another person and have peace (restoration).NOT BOASTFUL AND PRIDE.Here is an equation for all you mathematicians :
Humble self + Wisdom self = Peace, restoration, mending, repair. The reason why I put “humble” first is because the times where we are humble are the times where we are wise.
Well thats a wrap I guess unfortunately! Its so hard not to tell everything because I want new posts each time to create a new mindset. Leave a comment or reply if you would like otherwise I will be posting every week and let you all lovely people know through Facebook and Instagram. Hope this specific blog helps you think about how to find restoration in yourself for either certain situations or generally life itself. REMEMBER —– being humble doesn’t make one prideful but makes them wise.Love you all!
XOXO – HT
Photo credits for my border image is the wonderful Katie Siegfried. She is a stunning photographer.