I think, if memory serves, that was one of my favorite childhood (childish?) responsive statements.
As an adult, I don’t say that anymore (but I sometimes think it.)
And most often, I feeling like saying it when I’m muddling around in a funk, overburdened by the problems of the world around me.
It’s almost like I’m getting dared to….smile.
However, I’ve found the remedy to sadness…yes, I have.
It’s called living in “day-tight compartments.”
It’s simple, it’s biblical, it works.
And without further explanation, let me share some of author David Jeremiah’s words on living happily, worry-free, in day-tight compartments.
The most widely-read book of the twentieth century on the subject of anxiety was Dale Carnegie’s How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, in which…
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