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WHAT’S NEXT, DREAMS OR DRAMA?
Comedy is often the sarcastic realization of inescapable tragedy. Bryant H. McGill
Did you know the only way we can really live is to grow? Growth brings about change; and old age? 🙂 So naturally as we age we learn most of the important skills we will need to go forth with a good perception of life, ready for What’s Next.
Life is not all about wishing something into existence, but it can happen if you have Favor from God and Faith, but for the rest of us, it’s all about action coupled with faith? Go ahead, intentionally put a plan in place instead of crying Why Me Lord the next time things aren’t going your way if only to see if you can Move Mountains. (Drama, hardships, etc.)
For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall no doubt in his heart; But shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Mark 11:23
I know there are some Saints out there that know what I am talking about. Don’t You?
Most times life only offers a thin line of separation between laughter and pain that are hinged on emotions that include anger, things I cannot name, and tales told in dreams. But, the oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is Fear, fear of the unknown.
Most know there are things known, and unknown, but somewhere in the middle is the act of perception, leaving us with some type of understanding of those things. Friend or foe, dream come true or drama are the most problematic because we all perceive those things differently.
In other words, the optimist, who is a firm believer in That’s better than nothing, see the doughnut. The pessimist, who habitually expects the worst only sees the hole.
Just because there are more than a few mysteries in the known world that doesn’t mean there are no answers. And as always, in order to find those answers, we have to make decisions concerning them. For instance, we can choose to give up, give in, or give it all we have.
Sholom Aleichem quoted: Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor?
It’s true, life is a dream to the wise, perhaps that’s because of the wise rising up to face life’s challenges, and some will enjoy the experience. Maybe not so much for the foolish, they seem to have the gift of finding every reason to give up or do something stupid.
While we are on the subject and from experience, let me add a few more things:
I know not to let emotions make decisions for me, especially when they come from a place of arrogance coupled with egotistical nonsense, or just plain condescending. Fool or not, rich or poor, black or white, we still need dignity, integrity, and respect, especially if we intend to live a productive life.
Now don’t get it twisted, still, with all those assets none of us are entitled to anything, we just think we are.
And just so you know, Pain is a part of life too, and it’s something most of us are afraid of, but not if we look at it with a Positive Attitude knowing it’s a negative situation that calls for Jesus Christ, and possibly a few pills.
God didn’t give us a spirit of fear, Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God. Corrie Ten Boom
It’s Something To Think About!
To God Be The Glory, and it is in Jesus name that we pray.
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