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Kate Motaung grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan before spending ten years in Cape Town, South Africa. She is married to a South African and together they have three children. Kate is the author of the e-book, Letters to Grief, hosts the Five Minute Friday blog link-up, and has contributed to several other online publications. She blogs at Heading Home and can be found on Twitter @k8motaung.

Have you gotten comfortable in this world?

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Kate Motaung grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan before spending ten years in Cape Town, South Africa. She is married to a South African and together they have three children. Kate is the author of the e-book, Letters to Grief, hosts the Five Minute Friday blog link-up, and has contributed to several other online publications. She blogs at Heading Home and can be found on Twitter @k8motaung.

#eternity #heaven #world

A good friend recently gave me a desk calendar from (in)Courage.

Incourage desk calendar

One morning I flipped the page and the following quote appeared:

“I don’t plan to ever get comfortable enough in this world that I forget about the real one.”

~ Heather Gemmen Wilson

I liked it so much that I cut it out and put it on my fridge as a visual reminder.

Have you gotten comfortable in this world?  Do you sometimes forget about the real one?

How can we encourage one another to be ever mindful of the world to come?

This is Day 19 of ‘Defining Home in 31 Days.’  Click here to for a full list of posts in the series.

Photo credit: Dayspring

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