There are lots of biblical examples of decisions that ended up poorly. And they were about some basic things, like what to believe, who to trust and stubbornly holding a grudge. It’s scary - we can get into bad situations regarding those things that Christian principles obviously guide us on – all because of we want to feel comfortable. How can we move outside our comfort zones and is it REALLY that important to do so? Watch this short blog then listen to the full podcast with the same name.
You want to be happy. I want to be happy. Everyone wants to be happy, I mean, who wouldn’t want to be happy? The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America talks about “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” as being unalienable rights of humanity. What can we conclude from all of this? Happiness is a central objective and desire that belongs to all. Having said that...why aren’t we happy? Why are so many of us frustrated, disappointed and anxious about our lives? Why do we overeat, binge, eat chocolate, shop or do any number of other things to hide from our lack of happiness? Why can’t we just be happy? Why can’t we stop comparing, stop wishing, stop regretting, stop rationalizing and just start living today for the glory of it being our present? There is hope because happiness is attainable! We just need to know where and how to look for it and how to recognize it when we see it.