Serenity Prayer.

God, grant me the serenity
To accept the things I cannot change;
The courage to change the things that I can;
And the wisdom to know the difference.

For the past 2-3 days, I’ve been in a bit of a somber mood. The semester’s starting to wind down, my workload is increasing, sleep hours are becoming shorter and overall, I feel a bit overwhelmed. These next few weeks will be a serious exercise of my ability to adhere to the Serenity Prayer.

Earlier today, I became so frustrated as I looked at the work in front of me that my right eye began to twitch. At that point, I had to stop what I was doing and walk away from it all. As I sat at my desk, I started to think about the things in my life that could/could not be changed, and I wondered how I could get everything I have to done while maintaining some semblance of sanity.

As I get older, I’m starting to realize that there are things in life that have to be done to secure a future for myself. Be that as it may, I’ve become so concerned with making sure that schoolwork gets done, and that I make it to work that there is an almost non existant social life to balance out my work life. Where does one draw the line?

Random Thought of the Moment: ” I need to get back into blogging. I’ve forgotten how cathartic this is.”

The Song of the Moment: ‘Let Go’ by Frou Frou

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2 Responses to Serenity Prayer.

  1. turquoisesha says:

    I’ve found that when that overwhelming work feeling hits it’s best to just walk away from it and come back to it later.

    Just think: Soon it’ll all be over and you’ll be off on the adventure of a lifetime! 🙂

  2. *Coop* says:

    Everyone’s line is different. Right now, your social life suffers but the summertime is almost here.
    Keep pushing B. It’s almost over.

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