Today I choose to get up and go to work. I choose to feed my dog and choose to check her paws before she comes in, after all it was raining last night.
I choose to pay attention. I choose to pray.
I choose to be lazy. I choose to be concerned.
I choose to choose.
My problems arrive when I stop choosing. When I let life “just happen” to me is when I begin to see issues.
“I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other!” -Revelations 3:15
It’s easy to get confused and think the important part is that I have a choice. The reality is the important part is that I make one.