Who’s the most peaceful and content person you know?
Eventually, you should be your answer.
Once again visualize the opposite: anxiety and discontent.
As you can see the predictable life pattern, slow and steady compound interest for peace and contentment. Or slow and steady compound interest on anxiety and discontent.
The beauty with consistent self-reflection is your ability to see the obvious, the familiar, the way – the only smart choice.
Your desire to invest slowly and steadily in honing the good habits and shedding the bad habits is what reaps the harvest from compound interest….peace and contentment.
Peace with who you are.
Content with what you have.
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(photo: Not rocking chairs but you get the point)
Worry is like a rocking chair: it gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere. – Erma Bombeck
Never saw a knife ‘holder’ until last Friday in an Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia Bed & Breakfast. While it was very fancy, it reminds me of how we get distracted with needless things.
What percentage of your day do you worry about what others think of you?
What percentage of your day do you hesitate to do what you really think needs to be done?
It’s important to care, but when we care “too much” it actually, invisibly, and without consequence (which is dangerous), leads us down the path of unfulfilled responsibilities.
I am way too familiar with this. And you?
It’s every where.
Do you have the weight of the world on your shoulders?
If you don’t, you will or you did.
And this can often lead us away from God.
So listen carefully, because this is profound:
If you do not feel close to God, guess who moved away?
God will never abandoned you for any reason. Never. Ever.
If you can’t grasp this concept, I believe you are missing the greatest gift ever bestowed to our Spirit and it’s called Unconditional Love.