So much of life is what you make of it.  We tend to be more takers than givers in the situations which make our lives but while we may not have a lot of say in a lot of what we get we have a huge power.  How we react.  How we react to the things that happen to us and around us makes such a huge difference in how things seem and how things turn out.  God works all things to the good of those who seek him... that's something we say but I know I never really grasp it or count on it a whole lot.. I mean sometimes its comforting but it should really be more.  I tend to be too... up tight I mean so much of what happens day to day isn't a big deal unless we make it one... habits, norms are more important.  What is important is that we learn to do right and that we make a habit of it.  What is important is that we learn to do good and be generous and make a habit of it.  What is important is that we are kind and learn to trust God and that we make a habit of it.  WOW that's so hard to do though! at least for me.  Its so much easier to focus on single events than to look at trends... and setting trends... that's even harder.  Anyway I guess what I'm saying is... don't take life too seriously because you'll never get out alive... but at the same time it is deadly serious because how you act today is building who you will be tomorrow... if that makes any sense... I've really had to learn to relax and not be to serious about everything and I still am working on that cause I'm still a little too up tight but at the same time I have to be very careful about where I allow myself to be more lose...its important to know the difference between what matters in the grand scheme and what doesn't... of all the things I have tried to learn that is about the most difficult and continues to be...right up there with understanding why people do the things they do {especially you girls :D}... well that's my babble session for today I hope you enjoyed :D
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