Montana is beautiful this morning. It’s cool and crisp. Bright red apples hang in the trees . Many lay on the ground waiting for the deer to come and feast.
Maybe, I can show Ellie how to pick the apples with the apple picker. The ground is covered with apples. Unfortunately, most have worms.
I have so much to be thankful for. Reviewing the plans I made last January 1st, clearly God allowed many of them to transpire and He blessed my efforts. I asked for clarity. Many issues are clear to me. My response to other people’s expressed opinions have slowed my progress. I give thanks for victories. I pledge to accelerate moving forward.
In her book, Loving What Is, Byron Katie challenges us to ask four questions when working through problems. The first one: “Is it true?” This question I must ask of every opinion and thought this month.
Lesson for today: This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. Polonius: Shakespeare
I am responsible to be truthful, kind and Christ like. Letting go of reactions to other people’s comments lifts a cloud of doom and I see the sun shining! Let us,