October/Halloween represent the time of scare and fear, yet fun! It's the time of the year when we face our fears and go to that scary haunted farm or haunted house. We travel through dark forest valleys on hayrides. We appease our curiousity by conquering corn mazes. There are so many instances where fear arises, but we somehow take the challenge. We disregard all mental notions of fear instilled in us from the numerous scary movies and television fanatics that make us believe in the supernatural or rare occurrences. As our joy for all things Fall increases, our worry fades. Perhaps, we should all look at life this way!
As we reach the doors of the haunted house, our anxiety increases, however our will to get through it does too. Very few people turn back once they've gotten to the front of the line to enter the halls of horror or whatever chamber they are embarking on. This same thrill occurs when one is in line for the most awesome roller coaster at the theme park. The moral of this is to worry about that moment. Don't succumb to the negative emotions of today. Get excited and go through with it. In life, we don't call it going through for a reason, you're going to come out on the other side; just as you've done in that corn maze or that haunted house.
Therefore, don't worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. -Matthew 6:34
The things I write about are the love of my life and the life of my love!