Sometimes we just yearn for peace and all we feel is frustration. Maybe we are frustrated with the developmental stage of our child – you know, that rough patch that we hope will pass soon, or maybe we are frustrated with our partners or spouses. Our bodies, our lack of exercise, our homes, our less than perfect lives. Did I cover it all?
I recently made a list of all the things that are frustrating me. I figured it would be better to get it all out there on paper rather than spew it all over unsuspecting by-standers. LOL.
Some of the things on that list I can turn over to prayer.
Some of the things on that list are just me in need of changing my attitude. Do you ever have that one?
Some of the things on that list are truly things I need to take action on and make a plan; like appointments I need to make and have been putting off.
Some of the things on that list I have absolutely no control over so therefore I need to let it go. I bet everyone has something like that on their frustration list!
What is on your frustration list this summer and how could you change it, make it better or let it go?