f o u r

1- Get over it, because it is what it is.

2- Just slow down already. 

3- Do interesting things.

4- h a v e   f a i t h.

You know those things that hit you all the sudden like you've just been hit by a bus going 127 mph? Or there's those things that happen and you know you're supposed to be learning something and then, ding! The light bulb pops on? Good. Here are mine.

>> Get over it. Move on. Keep going, because it is what it is. You can't change things that have happened already, and there's no sense in wasting energy or emotion over it.. So why continue to let things bother you? You're just missing out on something better. Make it work.

>> Slow. Down. Enjoy things as they are now, and don't wish your days away. Life is moving fast enough already. It's okay to get caught up in the moment. Live it, breathe it in, and capture every bit of it. Life is good. So slow down, and appreciate it.

>> I've found myself in a highly boring routine lately, and it's been that way for a while. It wasn't until just a few days ago that I realized I needed a change. So my goal is to do interesting things, because I'm getting stir crazy. If you love something, or think you could enjoy something, try it, do it, and love it! 

>> Faith. Faith, faith, faith. You need it for everything. I'm talking about every little thing, every big thing, and every other thing in between. I love what Richard C. Edgley said in his October 2010 General Conference talk, Faith--the Choice is Yours. "Because of the conflicts and challenges we face in today's world, I wish to suggest a single choice-- a choice of peace and protection and a choice that is appropriate for all. That choice is faith. Be aware that faith is not a free gift given without thought, desire, or effort... Choose faith over doubt, choose faith over fear, choose faith over the unknown and the unseen, and choose faith over pessimism... The choice of faith is yours, it is mine." 

Bear Lake, August 2013

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