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  1. Michelle
    Michelle September 18, 2013 at 6:58 am | | Reply

    What influenced my moral compass was my divorce. I decided to stop being who everyone else wanted me to be. It was a slow process that I am still working on. If God is pleased with me, then no other opinion matters.

    Great post!

  2. Gale Weithers
    Gale Weithers October 6, 2013 at 9:33 pm | | Reply

    Three big life events changed my moral compass in big ways. In 2005 I was laid off from my job after working lots of overtime and sacrificing my family to getting ahead in my career. My divorce in 2007 also changed me in a profound way. I saw things differently as I went from being married to a single parent, left with no choice but to become independent (and less judgemental of those who couldn’t make their marriages work). Two years later my mum died of pancreatic cancer and my moral compass was changed again as I asked God why bad things happened to good people while watching my mum wither away before my eyes. Those years were hard but they molded me into the person I am today and strengthened my relationship with God so much so that I wouldn’t change the lessons He has taught me. Thanks for sharing this great post, and may you be blessed abundantly as you continue on your life’s journey with God at your side.

  3. Jennifer @ Little Silly Goose
    Jennifer @ Little Silly Goose July 29, 2014 at 11:01 am | | Reply

    Wow Crisi! I didn’t know this part of your story. I have not experienced a miscarriage myself, but I have close friends who have, and it is clear that it is a truly devastating experience. A child does not have to be born to be loved and missed forever. Thank you for sharing your story as an encouragement to others.

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