It’s the end of the week and maybe you’re feeling the pressure of a long week pushing you a little harder than usual. Its okay, we all go through it! You know that feeling when everything just seems to be too much? After all, there is only so much a single human can do! Even with the help of our partners or community, sometimes feeling overwhelmed creeps up on us like a dense early morning fog. But like the fog, this feeling is only temporary! Here’s some perspective…
Another week has passed and with it another week of personal struggles and blessings. The end of the week is when we can step back and renew our minds for a restful few days with family.
We are all healthy in body and spirit and for that we remain thankful. Regardless of the things we may have encountered in our lives this week that have tested us and pushed us, we are here at the weekend even stronger and more fulfilled then we were the week before.
It is in this state of renewal that we evaluate what lifestyle modifications we can make for next week! I want to be more active, I want to be more present, or I want to be more productive. Make the coming week the time you make all that happen!
What provides happiness is the joy in knowing we hold the power to make our lives exactly what we want! Taking the utmost care of our bodies gives us the key to unlock all sorts of doors in life. It houses our thoughts, feelings, and soul, so I take this time to remind you, your body is worth taking care of! Even if you have a few moments to spare, use them to refine and improve yourself. It is well worth it!
In the next week, we remind ourselves to stay humble. We remind ourselves that there are things in life that are out of our control, and that’s okay! By remaining strong in our faith and leaving the inevitable in the hands of the Lord, we are comforted by the knowledge that being servants of Christ leads to a beautiful life. Faith is not knowing that God can, it is knowing that God will. Surrender those grips on the uncontrollable and find peace in your faith. It will help on the days when things can get a bit too much.
These are just a few thoughts that get us through our days. We remain thankful for our families, our friends, our communities and our health. Remain grounded in faith and never give up! As weekends wrap up and a new week begins, go out there and show the world a stronger and renewed you!
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