Why do we always think we need to have a reason for the difficulties that come our way?
Why do we even think there is one in the first place?
I am not a proponent for “Everything happens for a reason.” If that were so, then we’d all be at peace about every difficult thing that came our way because would KNOW the reason.
Instead, it’s my philosophy that we should be more concerned about the “Who”, rather than the “Why”.
The “Who” is God. He is the one we should be moving towards. He is the one that offers solace, peace, and refuge.
“Reason” doesn’t. “Reason” only diverts our attention.
Is it ever OK to wallow in a misery? Do we always have to buck up and make the best of a bad situation. I don’t think so.
Do you sometimes feel your prayers aren’t effective? Do you wonder sometimes if there are “right” or “wrong” ways to pray?
I think we all get frustrated at times and that’s a good thing. It’s good to revisit how we pray. Maybe there’s more we can learn….Read more here.
How are you at pacing yourself? If you’re like most people, the answer is no. Most of us run either too hot or too cold. Consequently, so do our emotions.
Here’s some helpful tips to help you manage better and keep your emotions in check at the same time.
And don’t be deceived, our emotions are usually influenced by our pace, whether too fast or too slow.
I mentioned a while ago how I buy paper at garage sales, thrift shops, etc. I go through a LOT of paper. I like to sketch and doodle. Needless to say, I go through a lot of paper that way. I find doodling very therapeutic and usually just […]