Today I thought we might need to talk about how we feel at this moment in time.
Is it "Confusion"? Or "Disillusion"?
We find ourselves in a time where life has become very "confusing" and some of us feel a "disillusion". Where others may not realize that life is just an "illusion".
So how do we make sense of our life today???
Well first . . . let's better understand . . .
"Confusion" is a lack of understanding, uncertainty, the state of being bewildered or unclear in one's mind about something in life.
Which I think we've all been experiencing these past few months.
Where . . . "Disillusion" is disappointment resulting from the discovery that something isn't as good as one believed it to be or a cause to realize that a belief or an ideal is false.
And . . . "Illusion" is a thing that is or is likely to be wrongly perceived or interpreted by the senses, a deceptive appearance or impression, or a false idea or belief.
So where do we fit into this feeling of unsettlement today?
Well . . . whether you feel the correct choice or path was made or not . . .
Now is the time to put your faith to work.
"Remain in HIM"
Even though everything around us may seem unstable and ever-changing . . . we have one secure and constant "Guide".
Billy Graham once said . . .
"We must learn to commit every situation to God, and trust in Him for the outcome. God's love for us never changes, no matter what problems we face or how unsettled life becomes."
So in these unsettled times . . . remain calm, trust in your faith and stay empowered of your inner strengths.
And no matter how this ends . . . no matter what tomorrow holds . . . always remember that we are in His grace. And that God's love doesn't protect us "from" suffering . . . but rather His love protests us in the "midst" of suffering.
So please stay strong in this troubled time, know your inner strength, love thy neighbor and trust your faith.
The way I see this unsettlement in life is this . . .
There's only 2 outcomes to any situation.
We can either . . .
"Comply" and make the best of it until life changes again . . . and it will . . . or
We can "disconnect" and hold hate in our heart
Feelings of rage and hatred build up in the mind, body and soul. This in turn . . . affects the body's organs and natural processes which breeds further negative emotions. Hatred is a form of neurosis, fixation and judgement that is harmful to the body.
And if it continues . . . it can lead to conflict in our immune system, emotions, relationships, work, family and to overall bodily "DIS-EASE".
So please . . . take a deep breath and make protecting your health the main priority in this life's experience.
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2. the state of being bewildered or unclear in one's mind about something