I read a tweet from @realDonaldTrump this morning…
“The bend in the road is not the end of the road unless you refuse to take the turn” Anonymous
This got me thinking.
In life we make plans, set goals, dream big – but what happens when life changes? The scenery changes, the neighborhood changes, our family changes, our finances change, my relationships change, my surroundings change, my health changes, my job changes.
Change, change, change.
It is how I deal with change that determines the results of change.
I have seen people that have refused to accept change and the result is that life passed them on and they became a casualty of the ‘bend’ in the road that became the ‘end’ of the road.
I have also seen people that accept and embrace change and the result is that they are continuing down the road. The windows are open, they are experiencing the ‘wind’ of life, the freshness of the air, the warm of the sunshine and the new scenery.
Determine to look at life as a CONSTANT change. I challenge you to EMBRACE the changes in your children, the movement of life, and the newness of each day. Some changes happen naturally, some changes happen internally, and some changes happen externally. Don’t build a permanent fixture in a temporary location, but rather build a permanent memory in a temporary location.
Every day brings new change and new challenges, but remember that His mercies are NEW every morning (they change too!), and that He places where He can move you to NEW things.
While driving down the road of life do not let the ‘bend’ become the ‘end’.
What are some things you have learned in dealing with the bending road? I would love to hear them.
Enjoying the scenery,