If you want to make it through this season of your life emotionally and mentally — and maintain your sanity, health and soul — you’re going to have to make some changes. Changes that will require you stepping out of your comfort zone. Changes that will force you to try something you may not have tried before.
When you are grateful, your perspective changes. When you are grateful, your world changes. But more importantly, when you are grateful, your view of you changes.
Where is the calming voice of reason? Where is that voice that settles and soothes and cuts through the discordant noise? Unfortunately, that voice is often lost in the cacophony of savage rudeness and boorish disrespect of a self-righteous generation.
Stay positive. Keep a good thought. Always see the sunshine in the shadows, look for the good and not the bad. Don’t overthink. Don’t dwell on the negative.
Dr. John W. Bosman is the founder and president of SpiritWind International, a transdenominational, transcultural, international ministry, embracing the essence of building unity in the Body
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