August 21, 2019 Wednesday

Mental fortitude – is defined as the ability to focus on and execute solutions when in the face of uncertainty or adversity. … When we develop the mental fortitude necessary to stay strong in the face of adversity, we abate the fears of being in it.

I had to change a tire today (should have thoroughly read the instructions)…

All is well.

Peace to all of God’s creations. Peace.

I hate to admit it but the more negative stuff happens to me, the better of a person I become. It’s as if the negative situation requires me to be a better person.

I thought today as I was changing my tire.

Death requires you to submit.

Life requires you to submit.

The only thing that I need to control, is myself.

God subject things unto me so that I can subdue it.

Before I overcome the world, I must overcome myself.

To overcome within, is to overcome the world.

I wish I would have required myself to write daily, every single day.

SOMETHING.

It would have been nice to read where I was at mentally when I decide I wasn’t going to go to college or when I didn’t work or go to school for 3 years and how spiritually enlightened I was during that time.

Or even some of the more outrageous things that I’ve done that I may share in the future.

Writing helps

Writing helps externalize things that have been dwelling inside of me

Also, to have a creative outlet that I’ll use for the rest of my life is huge to me.
I am extremely inconsistent as a person when it comes to scheduling things and doing them, but I have notice that I been pretty consistent at a least posting something here.

And that means alot to me.

 

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