“Life isn’t complicated, we make it that way…”
Complications and people go hand in hand. We…make things in our lives more complicated than they have to be but we wonder why is it happening to us. Crazy? Yes, but it is just who we are and what we do. You would think the older you get the less stressful you would make your life but that’s not always the case. No matter what, the less complications in life the easier life would be…
It’s been a few days but in that time I was able to gain full clarity on some situations that I begun let get under my skin. So, I feel good about moving forward knowing that I don’t feel the same way that I did yesterday. Its like those issues were buried in the back of my head but yet I could see them so clearly and it was beginning to get on my nerves. I kept asking myself why wasn’t I letting them go when I kept telling myself that I had. That was the worst part for me because I could not figure that out for the life of me. But after some reflection on things and a whole lot of praying, I was able to let all of those things go because I knew that they would be worked out and even if they don’t happen to go as I have planned I know that eventually they will. That is enough reassurance for me so I just know that all I have to do is my part and the God will take it the rest of the way.
“The words of a man’s mouth are deep waters, but the fountain of wisdom is a bubbling brook”- Proverbs 18:4
Seeing these words on my calendar made me think about the things we say to one another and how those words can hold so much meaning. Within this last month I feel as though I have been able to express myself freely and clearly (for the most part), but there were those instances when I had to choose my words very carefully, and I think I did pretty good. Words are very powerful and we have to watch what we say and how we use them because they can affect us all in ways never imagined. This past month, a lot has happened and I have been all smiles, even when there were things that I didn’t particularly care for, but I am so glad to have gone through them.