This book shows how Lecrae got from growing up to where he is now; it is divided into three sections: growing up, figuring out his…
There are these two young women. And both are very interesting, very appealing; you can't decide between the two. You go out with one, and you love it, but you go out with the other and love it that much more. But, for some reason, the first one keeps coming up in your mind. You love the time you spend with each one. They are different, but equal; you don't want to give up either one. You want to have both, but you know it is impossible. You like them both so much! You don't know which one to choose.
This book shows motherhood in a new light, as it discusses the notion that having children is something that can be regretted by a woman. There are many interviews featured and direct quotes given, which give the reader a clear idea of what these women were trying to convey in their own words.
One thing about living multiple lives in one lifetime is it takes a level of discipline. In order to live each experience to its fullest, it would be wise not to mix them. Once you decide on how you want to live, stick to it and live it. For example, I am currently a young girlfriend. I don’t want to be a game player, or a cheater, or someone that doesn’t know what she wants or has. I want to be a girlfriend; a real one.
I think anyone who has ever transitioned from one point of life to another or been in a place of uncertainty has felt what I'm feeling. Where you are excited to do something new with your life, and you know it's coming soon. But you don't know what it is going to be or how it will happen or what really is coming next. You don't know where you will go, or how you will get there. Or who you'll meet once you finally do. Nothing, really.