The Obvious


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Meat to Ponder on today: Your Spiritual Exercise:

Good morning, friends and family. I hope each of you had a fabulous Thanksgiving Day yesterday. My family and I had a beautiful time together, hanging out with the grandchildren they had me in stiches laughing and playing games.

It was also nice to see people in the neighborhood with their driveways packed with visitors. What is it about turkey that after you eat it you are ready to take a nap? My husband was telling us at dinner that turkey has Tryptophan which is one of 20 naturally occurring amino acids—the building blocks of proteins. Because the body is unable to manufacture tryptophan on its own, it must be obtained from food protein.  Now to the devotion.

Sometimes in life we over-look the obvious and why we do it? I wish I knew; at times I wonder could it be that we are thinking it is coming from a different source? Yes, that is what we think. But when we do that, we end up setting ourselves so far back from where we started.

And we never end up getting to the finish line, and we never get any closer. We are constantly dragging ourselves right back to where we were the last time, all because we over-look the obvious.

Today I challenge you to keep your eyes open because the very thing you have wanted is right in front of you. Do not overlook it for if you do the the only person you have to blame is yourself. For you overlooked the obvious.

Never under-estimate the smallest and simplest thing in life. We tend to look at huge things and think that is our blessing when in fact all it is; is a huge thing nothing more nothing less.

Have a Blessed Friday.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Dee Min says:

    Wonderful. Happy you had a good family time. It’s the small things that count and the things we often miss. Isn’t it?! God knew we would and reminds us to despise small beginnings but I’d extend that to anything small. Thanks for sharing. Cheers

  2. desirayl says:

    It really are the smallest things that really matter. It is something that I have remind myself at times.

    So easy to get caught up in the things that does not matter.

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