Hurray! First day of spring…but you wouldn’t know it here in Maine, since we got about a foot of new **SNOW** overnight!
So it seems “Old Man Winter” does not want to behave in a gentlemanly fashion with “Lady Spring” … kind of the same way the old year seems to leave its residual effects as the new year begins.
This all sort of reminds me of how difficult it is to leave old habits behind, and old ways of doing things, to take a step forward to establish new good habits and implement new, better ways of doing things.
This quote likewise seems suitable here:
“We often work so hard on trying to overcome our weaknesses
that we never develop our strengths.”
I have been contemplating some of the bad habits and old ways of doing things that haven’t been working for me; it’s never easy to face certain truths about ourselves. However, I figured spring–a new season, and one that celebrates new life and new beginnings–is a good time to make some changes.
How about you? Do you get that feeling that a new season is a good time for change? What do you think about Joyce Meyer’s quote?