It’s the “greener grass” conspiracy. If it seems impossible to find contentment on your side of the fence. Here are some questions to ask yourself:
If you could change your life so far, would you?
Do you like what you do?
Are you satisfied with your relationship with your family?
Are you comfortable with your financial situation?
Do you feel you have enough love in your life?
Do you live a life that reflects your values and spiritual beliefs?
How would you rate your self-esteem?
Are you able to express your creativity on a regular basis?
Does your home environment stress or calm you?
How would you rate your overall health?
Do you have supportive friends you can rely on?
Are you happy with the role children play in your life?
Do you know and like your neighbors?
Do you consistently learn new things, expand your skill set, and increase your knowledge base?
Take time to ponder these soul-searching questions. Pray with certainty. Contentment can be found in your own backyard!
I feel You within me like never before.
My trust in You has paid off.
This is contentment.
worth every prayer,
every heartache, sublime serenity.
A solid finite companion, not by my side,
but inside my being, a part of my soul.
Ahhhh, I savor You,
I savor this blessed moment of bliss.
- Karen Laven
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