Whether you are single, married, divorced, young or not so young, you can live a fulfilling purposed life. It is just a matter of understanding and choosing how you want to live. We all have the choice to live a balanced life.
What that looks like for one, is not what it may look like for another.
Some people have had the opportunity to be raised in a family that is loving and kind, while others may have been raised in a totally different environment with abuse or neglect of basic healthy upbringing. That is the simple truth of life, however none of that matters. What does matter is where you are today, right now.
Right now you can begin to live a life with balance, proper proportion, proper emphasis, and a pleasing rhythm and harmony. Those are the five key elements that make us live to the fullest, right where we are. It sounds too simple. How can only those 5 things make my life better?
Most of the time we make things more complicated than they are. We ourselves complicate by over thinking, overlooking, or being too busy to take time to assess and choose a simple solution. We live in a very different time these days. Lives are extremely busy, the pace exhausting, the distractions innumerable. Stressful lives are the product of these things and stress is not harmony.
Are you aware that a few simple adjustments in a live can be life changing? That how we manage our time is a key factor to harmony in our lives. The one thing we all have is 24 hours in a day. How we choose to manage those 24 hours will affect the balance and harmony of our lives. Let’s face it, our creator himself designated the whole of the hours of our days. He perfectly balanced all elements of time and seasons to benefit mankind. He made day and night and said “It is good”.
How many times I hear, there are just not enough hours in a day. God said they were good and it is enough. So if there are enough hours in our days, then how we manage our hours, makes the difference. We have to take responsibility for the simple task of aligning and configuring our hours to benefit us, rather than work against us. It really is that simple. It is simply a matter of choice.