A Sound Mind?!? Yes, please! Many days I feel just the opposite; “going out of my mind” or “losing my mind” might be a more accurate description. Menopausal, middle-age is beginning to take its toll on my mind.
This morning I squirted shampoo into my body puff—but it worked; my skin had this great Moroccan Oil glow. Yesterday I was heading back to work after lunch and a new billboard for the Whole Foods Market (coming to our area soon) caught my eye. Next thing I know, I’ve passed the church and I’m heading down the road toward Whole Foods.
I’m constantly searching for my glasses only to find them on top of my head. I walk into a room and can’t remember what I’m doing.
You get the idea. My mind is overtaxed, swirling and often I feel like I’m in a foggy haze. And I know you don’t have to be menopausal or middle-aged to know what I’m talking about. I know those of you with babies and young children at home can relate. And those with pre-teen and teens at home can relate. The point: it’s not confined to a particular season of life. So who’s with me? Who’s ready for a sound mind?!
Last week in the Take Heart post, we looked at finding freedom when we are fearful of the future, the uncertain, or the unknown. Today, I want to continue that discussion as we look at three habits we can cultivate in our lives to help us change our mindset and attitude, to develop a sound mind, and to walk confidently and courageously in Christ. Continue reading “3 Habits for Cultivating a Sound Mind”