Live in the Good

Is there ever a day without hiccups?
I think not.
It’s when we dwell on the rough spots that we forget
All the good.

Dwell instead on the
Guy who held the door for you
Lunch with a friend
Conversation that makes you think

Think about
Folded laundry
Food in the refrigerator
Water to drink

Look forward to
Relaxing on the weekend
Wine to share
Hands to hold

And remember
God loves you more than you can possibly imagine
You are his
He wants your good

Hiccups will pass
The road will smooth
Breathe deeply
Live in the good

Ponder & Pray: When it’s hard to focus on the good in your day, stop and look around. See the good and thank God for all he has given you.

 

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Deanna Bartalini

Deanna Bartalini

Deanna G. Bartalini, is a Catholic writer, speaker, and educator. She and her husband Deacon John have two married children and a grandson. Deanna loves teaching about Catholicism and how it fits into our daily lives. She writes at DeannaBartalini.com, serves as the editor of the NewEvangelizers.com blog, and is a contributor there as well as at AmazingCatechists.com. Deanna contributed to A Catholic Mom's Prayer Companion published by Ave Maris Press. She has authored written “Invite the Holy Spirit into Your Life: Growing in Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self-Control” one book in the series of the Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women published by Gracewatch Media. Deanna is available to lead retreats and speak at catechist and ministry events.

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