Daniella Whyte

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3 Other Warning Signs About the Company You Keep (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 235)

3 Other Warning Signs About the Company You Keep

“Stop letting people who do so little for you control so much of your mind, feelings and emotions.”
— Will Smith

Negative thoughts hold the power to ruin us, but equally, do negative people. Sometimes it isn’t our thoughts that kill us, but the negative people we allow to get to us. When we should extract people from our lives, we don’t because we don’t want to hurt their feelings or break up long-standing relationships no matter how draining they are. But if we never make the trek across that bridge, we may never get to where we attempted to go in the first place, and that is how regret develops. Read more…

Prayer: Loud Grumbling vs. Loud Gratitude

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Prayer: Not With Grumbling but With Gratitude

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It Really Is Not About You

How quick we are to forget that the world does not center around us. In fact, nothing regarding life is really about us. Our problems and difficulties may seem large to us because they are ours. But all of our griping, complaining, and mumbling and grumbling about everything that is going wrong just does not make it right.

God is amazing. He is so amazing because He rarely chooses the most talented, the biggest, the strongest, the most gifted, the best looking, or the most spiritual. He never makes decisions based on our outer appearances or the abilities that He has given us. He subtly reminds us that it really is not about us. The Bible says, “In the beginning, God…” What if it said, “In the beginning, you…?” How different the whole course of history would be if it was all about us, if in the beginning, we did something.
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