Blessed Friday

He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth.”

Psalm 46:10

It’s Friday.

In the grand scheme of things this would be Short Story Friday.

I wrote a story. It’s not ready for public consumption. And, as I write this on Thursday evening, I know that it’s not going to get there, and there’s not going to be another one to replace it.

So, we’ll try for next week.

I won’t lie.

It’s been a hard week.

But, I won’t whine either.

At least I’ll try not to.

Thirty years ago, in the aftermath of my cancer surgery and treatment, I was given a gift.

It’s simple really.

It’s an ability to recognition that there are times in life when you have to say enough is enough.

A recognition that what you need is rest.

I can’t do it all.

I can’t keep up with everything on my to do list.

And, that’s okay.

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not quitting.

I’m taking care of the necessary.

And, while the short stories are part of a long-term project, they’re not necessary here.

This is a season. Not a life sentence.

Psalm 46 has been very special to me since I found out at age 20 that my father had passed unexpectedly.

Be still.

And know.

I’m going to be still now.

Have a good weekend.

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The Lord bless you and keep you;
the Lord make his face shine on you
and be gracious to you;
the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.

Numbers 6:24-26

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