There's always something you'll have to deal with, that's life. Finding a positive way to cope is the best answer for keeping your peace about you. Firefighters, hospital personnel, the police department and other groups that serve and protect citizens all rely on a calm sorta peaceful disposition. There's things that come about in our lives daily so it helps to kind of categorize them in your thoughts. When things get overwhelming and you feel like there's too much on your plate, try asking someone near you, a spouse, one of your children, or even a close friend for a little help. Working together to create a peaceful environment is the best answer, when we're not working together, we're working against each other. If you have two or more people in your household, all should be working together to create a peaceful environment. If everyone does their dishes when they finish eating, or decides to take out the trash because it's full, we're making our lives easier. This can and will make time to do fun things in life, if there's a sink full of dishes we end up wasting precious time in front of a sink.
It seems that mothers have the most overwhelming job of all, in today's society most moms and dads work. If you have children, schooling and health care costs a few extra bucks, but then there's college for some. What's sad is a lot of these colleges don't set you up for your internship anywhere. So with mothers working, the other members of the household should help her with cooking, dishes laundry and picking up after themselves. The reason I emphasize so much on your home is because, when we come home we rest there. It's our shelter, our private domain, a place to shower, eat, drink and enjoy the fruits of our labors.
Read; Isaiah 32:17 & 57:19, Psalm 85:8, Philippians 4:7, Luke 7:50, II Thessalonians 3:16, John 14:27, 15:11, & 16:33. Some other scripture to read, Psalm 32:7, 37:23, 55:22, 68:13, 89:15-16, 118:15, & 138:7. Proverbs 3:6, 15:15, 16:9, &
17:22. Matt. 11:22. John 15:11 & 16:33. Acts 20:35. Heb. 13:2. 2nd Tim. 3:14-15. Gal. 5:22-23. 1st Peter 4:9-10. & James 1:5-6. Reading biblical scripture daily is staying close to the Father, Son, & the Holy Spirit. If you can't find time to read, you can always listen to the bible on CD.
J D Poore & DRL Poore