Listen to this piece on episode 21 of the podcast.
It amazes me sometimes
how much major time
we spend on minor things.
Trying to find answers to questions we should understand.
Stressed about things we should leave alone.
Agonizing about issues we should have faith
will work out.
Lonely on the inside because we feel voids regardless
of how hard we try to fill them—
with things, with people, with stuff. Major time on minor,
I don’t know what other people call it,
but the things that we get so caught up on
can be summed up in one word:
So… for everyone or anyone with a situation,
I’m going to speak this for you and for me.
To he, she, it; them, they, those; this that or the other.
This is your notice—Notice that you can’t win.
I like to focus on my blessings, but I know a hater when I see one.
Situation, listen closely because I do not plan on speaking to you very long.
When I take 2 steps, if you were smart you’d
back, back. Because,
I won’t be stopped.
Block me? I dare you, because
I am tired of agonizing
over how to deal with you. So…
I’m going to count to one,
and it would behoove you to leave voluntarily
while you still have a chance.
Yeah, that’s what I thought.
It’s time to stop giving Situation so much power over our lives
because Joy is too precious to be infringed upon.
Major time, major time
No more major time on minor things.