Unfortunately this meme is too often reminiscent of my life. In fact lately, I’ve come face-to-face with the fact that when my life feels like it’s spinning out of control, it’s usually mostly in my head.
Now my head is a very real and complex place, so it’s not like that realization suddenly solves all my problems, but it does help to put some things in perspective. It also helps to find my solution.
See I might have 99 problems, but I have one solution.
When I don’t understand myself or I’m anxious about other people or I can’t seem to control my circumstances, there is one place that is my quiet eye in the storm. There is one place where I’m the most real version of me; a place where the crazy woman with her 99 made up problems fades away.
When I’m alone, on my floor, with my Bible.
When I’m reading the words of my Anchor within the veil and remembering that I was not made, primarily, for here.
It’s a comforting thought to know that the wild, heady confusion has a resting place.