Do you ever find yourself lashing out irrationally at people, just because you’re having a bad day? Well, this has been me over the last few weeks. My whole world seemed to cave in on me suddenly, when I learned something about the past that I didn’t know before. This little bit of information has literally changed everything for me and I am not sure what to do about it. I feel like I am losing control of myself and plummeting like a fighter jet that has been shot down. Life is never easy is it? Just when we think we have it all together, our flight path changes directions and we are thrown off course. Why do you think this happens? Do you think it’s God’s way of waking us up? Is He doing this to cause us to turn in a new direction? Is He trying to point out a weakness in ourselves that we just never saw before? Does God even have anything to do with this; or is it by chance that things like this happen? I tend to believe for the most part, that most things happen for a reason. I believe that God is always looking out for our well-being, even in the darkest moments of our lives. He thinks eternally, we think years. I am generally a very open-minded, positive person. But am I really? If I was, than why is this affecting me so much? Sometimes I wish the world would just stop turning for a moment so that I could jump off. The drama in life is just overwhelming and absolutely painful at times. Maybe time is the only real cure. God’s time…
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I'm a 45 yr old mother of 4 lovely girls. I'm also a full-time blogger/writer and teacher. I enjoy spending time outdoors, because it's where I find my greatest inspiration. I'm a kindhearted empathetic person; the non-judgmental type, whose worst flaw is that she's an overly sensitive germaphobe. I have a giving heart and I'm very loyal. I love too easily and often pay the price for it. I struggle to make new friends, as I'm very much a closet dweller. But if you seek me out, I won't turn you away. I may bore you with facts about writing, and try to interest you in a game of Scrabble, but I will never turn down the opportunity to meet someone, who truly wants to be my friend.