Every person on this planet has a giant red button. You know the kind.
The one thing that makes you act like a crazy person.
We all have these red buttons. Someone cut’s you off in traffic and you hear a bomb explode in the back of your mind. KABOOM!
I had a moment. It was a rather, loud, obnoxious, ranting moment. And I realized something. A button had been pressed. I really hate to be “told” that I’m doing something. It sets me off like a nutcase at times. I want to be asked, please and thank you!
- But why did I explode?
That’s the thing. No idea. You gotta ask yourself why you rant about that one random sock on the floor. Why does it make you crazy? Why?
Your brain is your problem
I’ve been reading a really good book called: The Gift in You. One thing she said in the book really stuck out at me. She said, every time a thought comes to your consciousness it HAS to change. Either it gets more toxic, or it gets less toxic.
So, every time our little red button is pushed, it’s either going to get worse the next time, or you can choose to make a conscious decision to think better! Good gravy, think better why don’t ya! We don’t need your head exploding!
‘nough said, don’t explode!
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Natasha House is the author of Grace Alive, a modern day Christian romance novel where Zoe, a pastor’s daughter faces a giant challenge with the topic of courting. If you enjoy Christian romance, with humor, drama, and passion, then pick up your copy here.
Meet Zoe Reed
She is 26, unmarried, and still living with her parents. Working at a lame craft store, she feels like her life has become one giant disappointment.
Waiting for Mr. Right, yet having never been on a date, let alone kissed a man, she wonders if he will ever come.
Then she meets Branson Tate
The handsome man and his three kids stumble into her life, and she finds him to be polar opposite of what her parents have always wanted for her.
But when Zoe’s dad, the pastor of the largest church in Michigan, says God spoke to him who her husband is, she’s faced with a choice.
Is her father hearing God or is she?