Don’t be Surprised

No matter what age we are, we can never be done in the learning department. We don’t ever want to get so comfortable to the point, that we think we have life for the most part; set. I don’t even think it matters whether you have money or if you are poverty level, whether you have a job or not, food on the table or wondering where your next meal is coming from. Life can and most likely will change.

We think we know people, but there may come a day, when you are blown a way by what someone says or does. This is just a part of life; disappointment, it comes with the territory I believe.

We all get in ruts in life. I think this is where the problem stems from. Look at the Covid pandemic. Two years of all the rules changing. Fear of something unseen, taking over the world.

Now, we sit back and we relax, but should we? I don’t know. I do know it has a repeated history of being less of a bad situation once Spring and summer come, and then, boom, the cold weather returns and Covid or some virus comes to light.

This is just a prime example of how we should never get to comfy. Comfortable with our personal situations, our jobs, our friends and yes, even families can go through turmoil.

I believe with all my heart, that if we realize that life throws curve balls, we can bounce back just a little faster.

4 thoughts on “Don’t be Surprised

  1. I agree! I think a perspective well soaked in pragmatism is the way to go when anticipating the stability of the future. I also think that a cushion of faith is necessary. I let God handle anything I can’t. I still wash my hands and am careful in public (though masks are optional in my state), too.

    The rest I leave up to God. That way I don’t let my imagination waste my time with unreal things.

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