No matter what circumstances that you come up against, you’ve got to keep the faith. Just having the right attitude and faith can help give you peace. I know. I used to be a person that would get frustrated at even the littlest things. That’s because I learned in my childhood that chaos was normal and I didn’t have any control over my body or mind. I changed the habit of bad thinking to peaceful thinking. That led to faithful thinking. So when storms come and they do I control my self talk. That doesn’t mean stuffing bad stuff inside either. It means that handling the present is all I can do. Faith to me means more than religion. It means depending on my God instead of myself.
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You got it Mama Mia!
You are so right on here. So wonderful to hear from you my friend.
Thanks Joyce and Lisa!
Simplicity is beautiful and this Sunday morning as I attempt to hold my personal worship I come across your article and it really put things in perspective and it help my mind to settle down and get down to just thanking God for the small blessings I receive everyday.
Thank you Teresa. I appreciate the feedback.
I think your a smart woman, if you have something to say well I want to hear it.
this is tea time talk…tea in the garden talk,can doan white glove, or dirt under my fingernails from planting the posies….tea, a tatey treat, good conversatin, great friends, and much love….sigh