You Have To Keep It Moving
What do you do when the person you love, causes you the most pain? When this question is asked many of us will automatically think of a significant other but, there are so many other people that can fit into this category.
Who Else Could Fit The Category?
Our children, our relatives, our employers and yes sometimes even “church folk.” Many times as adults when we are broken we tend to find comfort in spending time with someone that is broken as well in efforts to “fix” them. In doing this we find ourselves going back to a dark place but, it’s one of familiarity and acceptance. This is the place where everyone is broken and going nowhere fast.
When I talked to my father about things that concerned me, he would always refer to the scripture “don’t worry about the troubles of tomorrow, for today has enough troubles of their own.”
Don’t Become Stuck in The Past
And it’s true. We get so stuck on our past or concentrate so much on our future that we can’t enjoy the current day that we are in. We struggle so hard trying to see what dimly lies ahead but, is so far away from us that we ignore what is lying so clearly in front of us. It comes a time in our life when we must accept the things that have happened to us (whether good or bad) and keep it moving. As you move, move through the hurt, disappointment, pain and disgust.
Once you allow all of these negative emotions to die you can be revived. Now you’re able to use those past hurts as learning experiences and you’ll recognize it if it were to attempt to come again. Refuse to live in your dark yesterday’s and if you’re not happy with where you are in life, you have the option to make a change. But, first you have to make up in your mind that “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!”