Our choices reveal what we truly are. Our choices affect our outcomes. We become unwell when we act irresponsibly. Behavior is controllable—things don’t “just happen.” Becoming well means learning to live a disciplined life.
Many things that provide pleasure cannot provide happiness. For happiness we need God, and the company of fellow believers. We may feel better with artificial means, but only in God can we overcome life’s hurts. Our discomfort in life stems from our choices; lifestyles don’t choose us. We’re either the recipients of our good choices or the victims of our bad choices. We can choose something better: God’s will. God alone can help us start a new life.
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