May we learn what we should learn, do what we should do, and be what we should be..- President Thomas S. Monson
All that we do, all that we are, all that we are to become is founded on our level and understanding of faith.
A word of advice to myself.
Check your answers before you respond to anything. Crises aren’t always your fault or a result of something you did.
The secret to staying out of trouble is to stay busy.
(today, I repaired the lid screen on Nico’s laptop and downgraded the video drivers drivers in windows 10 to an older version to add open gl support. Minecraft is working again!)
One of the things I need to develop is the ability to be truly happy for others. Just because their lives are going great and that they’re also doing the things that I want to do doesn’t mean that my life is a failure.
This feeling that tries to creep inside me whenever I see people travelling, getting the jobs they want, experiencing life to the fullest – the envy, the resentment, the intense longing… Is a cancer that must be eliminated. Avoiding possible triggers only temporarily shuts out the problem. Namely the attitude I have. This constant comparing, this constant frustration has gotten the better of me lately, I admit. I must change this attitude and replace it with gratitude in any situation and gladness for others in my heart.
The truest sign that I have over come this particular weakness is to face the fortunes of others head on and smile… Truly smile, knowing that they are happy. And that they are content.
And that joy for them should be enough for me. If done right, it can cover any disappointment. It could become the joy that is in me.
I need one of those shock collars that activate an electric shock whenever I think or say something negative.
I used to be the most positive person I know. I can be that again.
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