Another Beautiful Day!

And I don’t just mean the weather. My Dad had surgery yesterday and is doing well. I slept well last night (12 hours) and feel much better. On the other hand, my 5 short stories at http://www.microhorror.com did not finish in the top 5, but that’s okay; I am just beginning. I have submitted 7 other stories for pay to several other sites; I will keep you informed.

But the real reason I say it’s “Another Beautiful Day” is that, each day, has its good and bad points; however, the fact that I am here to experience them at all makes me happy. I am learning how to handle disappointment; what you have to do is to change it in your head. You know, it’s only a thing. I can look at it as really bad and depressing and lose hope. Or, I can look at it more honestly and say,

“God has something to show me here” or “God allowed me this instead of something that, in the long run, could be horrible.” There is no way we, as humans, can see all the branches in the future that the present moment can give.

God does and, in His wisdom, he allows us exactly what we and everyone connected with that event needs for it to work out for the best of all concerned.

That is how I view it all.
Namaste,
Scott

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