If I’ve done what I could, behaved as I ought and said what was needed, I have to let go of what happens after that.
It's a lot easier to take note of the standout sins and ignore the subtle ones.
I have to wrestle to accept that God’s idea of “just enough” may not be the same as mine.
We get to choose what we pay attention to, what we ponder and treasure and store up in our hearts.
How we define a problem pretty much determines the range of solutions we can imagine.