In the midst of crisis and the unknown, it's easy to distance yourself from others, from the social media, and the media. All you have to do is turn off your phone, devices, and television.
Here's the challenging part, to find a place where you can distance your mind from your own thoughts, your worries, and your own anxiety. This is not easy. Part of the reason it's so difficult, there isn't a cookie cutter detachment process. Each individual is different, so the response and way to distance oneself and refocus will also be different.
“Cast all your worries upon
One thing, actually, One Man, is always the same and right there with you. God is waiting. My next statement will sound simple yet it will be one of the hardest decisions and actions you take. Take a deep look within yourself and ask God to let you know how you will best relax. Close your eyes and seek God's wisdom. Your quiet might be found sitting on the dock listening to the wind blow through the leaves or may be sitting at a table in the middle of a busy coffee shop. There is one thing required, that you slow down and figure out what works best for you.
Once you settle in, let go of your worries and troubles. share them with God. He cares.
“The Lord bless you and keep you!
What are you doing to relax?
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323