The other night I found myself frustrated as I was putting away my clean laundry. I’m always neat and organized for the most part but I couldn’t fit my clothes into my drawer. Just as I was a bout to get annoyed and give up the thought struck me. . .I have so much clothes that I cant fit it into my drawer. (Yes we do make a trips occasionally to the Salvation Army along with goodwill to donate bags of clothes between the three of us.)
I have so much clothes that I cant fit it into my drawer./ Some people only have one outfit if that.
We have food in our fridge and pantry along with cookbooks./ Many can’t afford a stove or a fridge let alone have food.
We have cars to bring us to work and doctor appointments./ Others take the bus.
I’m saving up for proper audio and lighting equipment./ Others are trying to make rent.
My degree sits on my drawer in the way of my TV sometimes./ People are fighting to get into school.
I have to clean the pool this weekend./ Most of my friends have to go to the neighborhood public pool.
My parents always take each others sides in the rare occasion of an argument./ My parents are alive and love me just as much as they love each other because all my friend’s parents are divorced.
I have to wake up early for church./ I live in a country where I’m allowed to go to church. (Hoping it stays that way too.)
These are all just some of the things I pondered about while standing in my room with a handful of clean laundry. My moment of frustration quickly turned into one of my highest moments of gratitude.
This is the day The Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.