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Doing the uncomfortable continually all day.
Remove sorrow from your heart, and put away pain from your flesh, because youth and the prime of life are fleeting. Ecclesiastes 11:10 HCSB
Pain away from your flesh.
It hurts my fingers when I pull a burr from Daisy’s paw.
It hurts horribly when I pull jumping cholla off our daughter’s leg.
Remove or change to unburden your sorrow.
Change who you are, what you do and where you go.
One practical takeaway from grief group was to add a hobby or something we enjoy into our lives.
Running 3-4 times a week began in November 2013.
I set my clothes out the night before and the decision is already made. Running has been an effective method to jump-start my morning and waken my mind to prayer and the study of God’s Word.
An almost new habit for me after a 25 year break from running.
I’ve stayed physically active biking, hiking, an occasional canoe trip on the river, and I really enjoy the stair climber at the gym.
Running forced me outside into the sunrise, singing birds and it was very uncomfortable.
The doing of the continually uncomfortable was the key to my healing.