Have you ever played this game called Time Capsule?
Last year in September, in conjunction with our national jubilee year, I celebrated my birthday with my caregroup friends. And Kelvin and I decided to play this little game Time Capsule. It is really simple. Everyone of us was given a special wishing card, which I designed in Polyvore. And then we would write down our wishes on this special wishing card and put it in the time capsule.
It was planned to open one year later. And we will see how far have we got after a year. And today is the day to open it
To be honest, everyone already forgot what they have written on the card 365 days ago. Me myself can’t remember too! So everyone becomes so excited to re-open the folded card with their names on it and so am I! I actually asked Kelvin if I could read mine first last night, but he said no… He insisted that I should read it with everyone else!
So… Here is it! My wishing card. I tried hard to recall but couldn’t think of anything in particular.
And tonight, everyone shared about what they have written and wished for, and how God has help to fulfill the wishes. It was so amazed to know that no matter how unimportant or small it seemed, God took care of our wishes. Everyone has at least one off the list!
Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened~Matthew 7:7-8
This is what I wrote 12 months ago. And God gave it to me. Call it the law of attraction, I believe in faith. How would I know 12 months ago, I wrote down something that would change my life forever.
So, here’s Eryn’s jubilee wishes. And I must say that God is good. My biggest joy comes from knowing God’s love and having Isabelle. For the rest of the things on the list, I’m pretty sure that God’s working on them too
Sometimes we are too busy to remember what we really want in life. And this little game really gives us an insight on how forgetful we are, especially when it comes to dreams and wishes! (How many of you remember what you wished for last birthday?)
That night I tucked Isabelle in and as I touched her hand and fingers gently, I thought to myself, this is too good to be true. And maybe I should write myself another wishing card to be opened up next year. To remind myself of God’s love and all the forgotten dreams.
Maybe you should do it too! Get a piece of paper and write down your Secret wishes and open it up at a scheduled time in future
Thank you so much for reading. Wishing you a great day dreaming~
XOXO Eryn ❤