Bored with Games
One moment you are intellectually playing Scrabble, when all of a sudden the game of Life comes out of left field, hitting you like a wild card in a hand of Uno, and all the while you are left without a Clue.
Fickle are we as human beings, right now I could know exactly what I want yet in an hour I will desire something completely different. It only takes the work of a second to turn everything around whether for the good or the bad. It could be literal or figurative, physical or mental. As I have dealt with the whole Bi Polar nonsense I have had a recurring thought. In the beginning I saw being Bi Polar as a terrible even horrible thing. If only God could free me from my affliction then I would be a whole person who could best and most effectively serve Him. As manic depression continued to plague me I humored a new perspective; as much bad that came from me living with Bi Polar Disorder, I thought, how much more good could come from it? I began to see it then and I continue to see it now. That was one of the many game changers for me. In turn you can take that concept and apply it to a lot of things. Trials, hardships, death of loved ones, and so on and so forth. Maybe I am just a broken record, but then again maybe it is an ideology that is worth being reminded of on a long term basis. God will give us more than we can handle because if He did not there would be little reason for us to depend on Him. In turn, our dependence on God may not give us less than what we can handle, but it does give us someone who can handle things for us.
Consider the game changed. . .