Operating in the moment of “Blessed”
Blessings to each of you that may read this. I am glad that you are here. My job is to encourage the readers by causing you to consider each conversation whether out loud or in your head, differently. One of the things that I am working on personally is shutting out the world that desires to operate in me. I ran across a powerful quote that I’d love to share with you. “Today will never come again. Be a blessing. Be a friend. Encourage someone. Take time to care. Let your words heal, and not wound.” We must be careful about how our words not so much affect others but ourselves. My famous words are always, “I don’t care.” Whether it is for something trivial and meaningless or great and meaningful. There are times in our lives where we truly do not care. Merriam Webster defines the word care as a person or thing that is an object of attention, anxiety, or solicitude. Also a suffering of the mind. There are times in my life when the words, I don’t care are spoken with true meaning and bear no harm but good. But then there are times when we need to care or we need to have a suffering of the mind and have that “thing” be the object of attention, anxiety or solicitude so that we can take it to God for total healing and relief from the burden of care. I hope these words that I speak today find you a blessed place of care and may you use and operate in every day with being a blessing to yourself and others.