Today, I will solve the problems of today. I might have become so focused on solving all the problems in my life that I haven’t noticed the little problems that arise each day.
Do I have anything that needs to be completed or resolved today? I will take a moment each day and work on what I need to do just for that day. Even though solving long-term problems is necessary, so is solving the smaller daily problems. Not allowing things to pile up keeps me from feeling overwhelmed.
Today I will pay attention to what needs to be solved today.
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Time to Fly Free by Judith R. Smith
Time to Fly Free. Copyright 2001 by Judith R. Smith. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of Hazelden.