This post from a dear friend was just what I needed this morning to jolt me out of my frustration-induced moodiness. Maybe it will help some of my friends who have been feeling a little low as well.
My darling fiancé, Matt, likes to quote Mark Twain, “Worrying is like paying a debt you don’t owe.” I am reminded that worrying solves nothing. It’s like filling an imaginary bucket with fears. The false impression of controlling an event is what gets us stirred up in the first place. Everything does happen in divine order. When he says this quote I am able to move from a small doubt to the knowing that I have no dept to pay.
Each person moves at a different spectrum especially when we are being tested with huge obstacles, events, and challenges. Life does not happen to us. Life happens through us. When we let go of those stressful strains that fill our spaces, trying to fill the empty bucket with anxiety, we let go of the struggles. Ah! There is a battle always going on inside of us: ego vs. spirit. We are…
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