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Why Do You Fear This?

Two Sundays ago, we had just picked the boys up from my parents as they gave us some time to hang and have a little date.

We love the boys the whole world full, but we make a point to carve out time to continue to working on our own loving relationship and marriage as well. (Remember, you must always put your own mask on first!)

Well, it was about 8 o’clock and when we got in my truck, the outside thermometer read 81 degrees. Now, keep in mind that we only live 12 or so minutes from my parents, about a 5 mile drive.

Within 5 minutes on the way home, it began to rain torrentially and the temperature kept dropping. By the time we pulled in, the thermometer read 63 degrees! Crazy, an 18 degree drop in a matter of 10 minutes!

Devon thinks it weird that I get a kick out of such things, but realize how quickly things can change in life. In this case, it was the temperature, but in your life, it may be a career, a relationship, your health and so on.

Change is the only constant, yet it’s the thing we fear most. How about we learn to embrace it since it’s coming along or shall I say, taking us along for the ride anyhow.

Think differently - Kyle Newell

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