-- Monty Cralley
We have probably heard the phrase Keep It Simple thousands of times. It's possible we are mystified by it, even yet. So many things in life have seemed complicated: getting an education, starting a new job, advising children and friends. Not many things can be pursued without careful consideration. When we have approached situations carelessly, we have often blundered badly.
Keeping it simple means doing only the next right thing, not a sequence of fourteen things all at once. To keep something simple means to focus on only a tiny bit of the problem at a time. If we employ a little hindsight, we'll quickly recall how many situations began to improve as we attended to just a portion of them.
God never gives us more than we can handle. How many times have we heard that? It means we'll always be shown the way to handle something little by little, very simply, in exactly the order we need the information. Don't we see this is how it has always been? Why would it change now?
Today I need to listen. I don't need to figure out all my problems at once.
Sh in the Alphabet Series
2.5" x 3.5" Watercolor & Ink
We had an extra person in out alphabet exchange, so Sh became a letter for a card. I love this little guy.
Karen Casey, Ph.D., a