Choose the Rainbow

Sometimes we just have to do things we don’t want to do. That’s just a fact. It could be doing laundry, or homework for school, or ending a friendship. None of these things are ever fun. (at least I don’t think so.) There are many things that we probably don’t want to do. I have found they they are usually the things I NEED to do. God has a way of nudging me (although it sometimes feels like a smack across the head) when I choose not to do something I know I should do.

For a long time God was telling me to end a friendship with someone who really wasn’t that great for me. My friend made me be fake and if I wasn’t they weren’t my friend. I ignored God for YEARS! Each time he mentioned something I would feel more and more convicted. It’s the same for schoolwork. I know I should do my homework and there were a few times when I would rather sit on the couch and read a book with a hot cup of tea next to me. As a result my grades began to drop along with my GPA. Everything we choose not to do has a consequence. It could be conviction or a lower GPA or being naked the next day because you didn’t do laundry.

It’s not enough to just do it. We need to have a good attitude about it too. This, I have found, is MUCH easier said than done. There are days I go to work and I REALLY REALLY don’t want to, but I do it anyway. On the days when I go into work grouchy or reluctantly, they usually don’t go very well. Its usually stressful or frustrating. On the days when I go in telling myself it will be a good day it usually is.

So my advice to my fans (aka readers) it whatever you do, do it with a good attitude. It makes the day much better. Think of it as rainstorms. If you have a bad attitude it’s like a dark gloomy thunderstorm. BUT if you have a good day it is like those days when its sunny and warm and you can see a rainbow. If given the option you should always choose a good attitude.

And remember,

every little thing is gonna be okaye,

11 thoughts on “Choose the Rainbow

  1. “God has a way of nudging me (although it sometimes feels like a smack across the head) when I choose not to do something I know I should do.” Isn’t that the truth! Thanks for sharing your observations and your conclusion is always worth remembering.


  2. You are the only one who can choose the attitude you will embrace. Why choose to be snarly and surly? Yes, there are circumstances that make us that way, but we need to just get over it (sometimes). Good reminder to choose to be happy and kind.


  3. Your post reminds of these words I found when I flipped to the May page on my calendar. “Bring a good attitude to your day.” I like your words: “Whatever you do, do it with a good attitude.”


  4. I relate to this line: “I ignored God for YEARS!” Yes! Me, too. And all the wisdom you gathered around procrastination and attitude is sound. Sometimes, you just gotta speak truth!


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