I feel as if I have nothing to say. Shouldn’t this blog have something to say? Otherwise, what’s the point?
I feel tired. I feel brain dead. I’m cold. I really want Spring to be here soon. It’s mid-March and it’s snowing…a lot, every day.
Do you ever feel like it’s all just too much? I wouldn’t necessarily say I’m depressed, I just need a change…like for Springtime to be here already. Spring is a time of new growth, and change. Renewal, life, flowers, birds, buds, sunshine and warm weather. I could use some of that.
A sign by my desk says “Never admit at work that you’re tired, angry or bored.” It’s a good reminder to keep my thoughts to myself and suck-it-up-buttercup, right? However, is that a good thing? Maybe I need to share my thoughts, to get it them off my chest and see if anyone else feels the same way too. I bet someone else does feel the same way.
Today the bible study scripture is Psalm 46:10 “Be still, and know that I am God…” The New American Standard version says “cease striving”. The Ampified Bible says “Let be and be still, and know (recognize and understand)…” Perhaps, I don’t need to worry that I have nothing to say, maybe that is OK. God wants me to cease the striving, and just be still, be quiet, and recognize and understand that He is God.
I just checked my calendar and Spring will be here in under a week. I think I can wait for another week, and have hope that better times are on the way. Until then, I am content that it’s perfectly fine to have nothing to say. I am going to “be still and know…”
Won’t you join me?