I've been asking myself this question a lot lately.
I was going to wait and make this a super deep post, but there's beauty in simplicity. I'm just stopping by to share, briefly, a question that I've been pondering a lot lately: What are you making room for?
I heard my pastor say this the other day, and I can't stop thinking about it. As I process this question, I think about the decisions I make and how I respond to situations. Whether I've realized it or not, I'm making room for something with every choice I make and every thought I let linger.
I have the power to make room for joy, sadness, hurt, new opportunities, love and so much more. In these moments, I'm finding new ways to process my emotions and make conscious choices about what I will allow to take up space in my heart and in my mind. There are layers to this, and I'm only scratching the surface.
So what's in this for you?
Well, I want to invite you to consider what you are making room for — either knowingly or unknowingly. You weren't designed to carry the weight of the world. If you want more joy in your life or more peace, consider what else might be taking up that space. If you're open to new opportunities, think about the dead weight — fear, insecurity and doubt — that might be holding you back.
Bottom line: You're worth making room for! Let's cheers to that.
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