There’s Something Good Always

Every day may not be good, but there’s something good in every day.” – Alice Morse Earle

Find a trusted friend that you can call for advice. It’s amazing how your friend is able to share a bit wisdom … and it’s is just the help you needed. You’re whole spirit rises to a new level. Then it hit me how blessed I am, to have such incredible friends in my life.

So it’s really true … every day may not be awesome, but there is something awesome to appreciate in every day including the friend who helped by listening!

Fingerprints, eyes and faces will replace passwords

img_0736Does this make you feel more secure or does it raise your anxiety a bit?

Passwords are easy to crack or hard to remember, and when breaches occur you have to come up with a whole new one. So people are trying to do away with passwords altogether, and so far fingerprint scanners are doing the job nicely.

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Keep Calm, Passed Test


Keep Calm You Serve A Powerful God: As hard as we try, we can’t control everything. Circumstances happen, situations arise, consequences catch up with us. Anxiety or peace? Because of God we do have a choice. God makes all the difference in the world! Peter tells us to cast all our care on God. I love the imagery. You throw something light. You cast something heavy. We are to take our heavy load of worry and anxiety, use all our strength and faith and cast it onto Jesus. Let Him take it. Why? Because He cares for us. Why? Because He is able to keep us in perfect peace. Isaiah shared the secret to peace. He said to fix our thoughts on God and trust Him. What is it that you are worried about today? Cast it onto Jesus. Trust Him with it. Fix your thoughts on His love for you.

Prayer Works! Answered Prayer  – I passed my Teacher Certification Test for Math! Thank you for praying with  me! I didn’t pass it in Last year or earlier this year! But, I did two days ago in February. Thanks to all of you for praying with and for me! I give Jehovah God glory, praise, and thanks for being with me and with all those who choose to be with Him.

85% of What We Worry About Never Happens

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When was the last time you worried about something that didn’t happen? 

85% of What We Worry About Never Happens

Mark Twain said: My life has been filled with calamities, some of which actually happened.  There seems to be nothing more fictitious than the worry that goes on in our heads.  Now there’s a study that proves it.   Researchers at the University of Cincinnati found that eight-five percent (yes – 85%) of what we worry about never happens.   Moreover, the study found that 79% of us handle the 15% that does happen in ways that surprise us with our ability to turn the situation around.

Worry is no joke.  It causes serious problems.   The stress reactions worry excites flood the brain with stress hormones.  This makes us prone to disease and emotional problems.  Stress hormones also debilitate higher brain function, dampening memory, the capacity to learn and the ability to sustain peak performance.  Seniors who worry are twice as likely to develop dementia. Worry is also the threshold to clinical depression.

My friend Martha was once asked to help out an elderly woman she didn’t know by driving her to a doctor’s appointment.  The woman was described to Martha as very elderly, nearly ninety years old.  When Martha met the woman, she was surprised to find that she was not as elderly as she expected. At most, she looked to be in her mid- seventies.

“Do you mind me asking how old you are?” Martha asked on the drive to the doctor.
“Ninety-three,” the woman answered.
Martha was astonished. “You look so much younger,” she said. “What’s your secret?
“Well, honey,” she answered, “Twenty-three years ago I made the decision to stop worrying and I haven’t wasted a moment on worry since.”
Martha said her mind was sharp and she was joy to spend time with.  Her decision made her younger at every level.  Think of all the energy she gained through her decision not to worry.  Think of all the anxiety she spared herself, all the needless stress she avoided.  It showed on her face and in her attitude.

Here’s the benefit: When we’re worried or under stress, all we see are problems. But once we’ve quieted the brain, control will shift from the lower to the higher brain where creative intelligence kicks in.  We start to see solutions.