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Topic: Omnishambles (05/01/14)
- TITLE: Focus
By Ramona Cook
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"Everything has to change in time and this place in which I am working is no different," thought Melinda.
"What next?" Now it is to write on words crafted from combinations, sort of like vegetable soup letters; "Yea! let's see what dumps out!"
Today is a truly interesting word and I will have to think long to relate it to life and living, maybe.
All around me, everywhere, never from my seeing eyes, never from my care, is what? A mess? Yes, I guess. Hey, I do know about life in that condition! I am more than qualified a tale to tell.
My bed room: yes, it truly is everywhere a mess. It is not that I love being sloppy, oh no! I am Mizz Neato. "A place for everything and everything in its place," that is my motto.
I am suffering from a time and space dysfunction. I have neither time nor space to place the mess that I possess.
I do know that there are for me remedies, such as getting rid of things I do not use, but get a clue, that only takes care of the space problem while the time consideration is a serious frustration!
But perhaps now that I am newly unemployed I will find the time to apply to being who I am on the inside, clean and specifically organized.
In childhood I often heard that, "Cleanliness is next to Godliness." In the Scriptures I don't see a verse that says that to me, but I can reason that it must be so, for God is orderly, and this I know.
God brought order out of chaos when this world He made, a bigger job than my bedroom! I'll bet He can give me wisdom to put some order in the O-S room soon.
I would like to share that this is my repair, when on my bed I lie it keeps me from despair:
When my room is a mess, a total disgrace, I lie on my back and not on my face. Up at the ceiling I intently stare, 'cause everything's always in place up there.
Sometimes it is all in where you're looking that solace can be found.
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