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I have a short, but very thought provoking query for you today. At least I hope it will inspire your thoughts.
Are you causing yourself problems?
Could the thoughts you are thinking be troublesome? Such as “I’m no good,” “I can’t do that,” or “I’m fat and no one is attracted to me.”
Or are your behaviors causing problems and undue suffering? Such as compulsive overeating, telling lies to yourself or others, or pretending to be someone or something you are not?
If this rings a bell, you’re not alone. We all cause ourselves problems, many of which we can change and control, but others not.
Think about this today, and spend some quality time in contemplation and do your best to put your troublesome thoughts in God’s hands.
Please do some service for others, and yourself, and tell us about your deep thoughts, in a comment below.
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