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  • Writer's pictureLaura Kae

This too shall pass

My day is ending well. Very connected, which in counsel-ese means very accepted. I must be feeling really accepted by God and the friend I just talked to on the phone. I have been struggling with feeling disconnected lately, which is counsel-ese for rejected. I do not like feeling disconnected, but it is better than it was before I had a fancy term for it. Feeling rejected was much worse. Which may sound funny, but i think it is true. Here is why:

Now that I am understanding how the neurons work in all human brains, I take feeling disconnected much less personally. I look at it very logically. I like, “Okay, this is what happened in the relationship, this is what was said in the conversation, so it is scientifically entirely predictable that I feel disconnected right now. Oh, well, this too shall pass.” I do not always take it that relaxed, but it is getting more and more that way.

I thought of my new weekly thought this morning. I usually sort of have a few ideas in advance, but I had no idea what I should think about this week until this morning doing a heart check. That will be fun.

I feel rested for the first time in a long time. My life is so weird.

Making amends is really good. I strongly recommend it.

This letter is from Paul, a slave of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ. I have been sent to proclaim faith toa those God has chosen and to teach them to know the truth that shows them how to live godly lives. This truth gives them confidence that they have eternal life, which God—who does not lie—promised them before the world began. – Titus 1:1-2


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