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It's already the twentieth day of January and yet so much has happened but everything has worked out wonderfully.
I used to recite this bible verse, in my head, during my working days because sometimes things were so hectic that I hardly had time to breathe. Perhaps it sounds like an exaggeration but that's how I felt too many times.
I thought that when I retired I would find myself bored to tears after six months. Maybe this is because many people suggested that I would not be able to do nothing after having worked for so many years. Some even suggested that it was a dangerous thing to retire so early. "Be careful" was what I heard. I know they all meant well but thankfully, I didn't allow those negative vibes to get to me.
The truth, for me, is that I really can do anything as long as I keep my focus on Jesus. I don't need to be time-conscious, health-conscious etc as long as I am Christ-conscious.
In the nearly three years since I retired, I have done a lot, both inside and outside the home. What matters is that, at the end of the day, I feel a sense of satisfaction with all that I have done.
I am going to face the remaining days of 2015 with this same thought that I really can do all things through Christ who gives me strength.