'You know how, at the start of a new year, some people pick out a single word to define their year? A word to guide their decisions and actions. Some sort of a resolution, you might say.
Well, halfway through the year, I found my word. ORDER.
It's not a surprise that it should take me six months to come up with my year's word. After all, I am an "organizationally challenged" person. Applied to me, that's a kind term for "clutter-prone," "scatterbrain," and what-have-you. But I digress. (I do that. All the time.)
I need ORDER in my life because my Creator and Father is a God of ORDER, and I take my cue from Him. If I put ORDER in my life, I show Him how thankful I am that He made me according to His image and likeness. If I put ORDER in my life, I will be able to do what He wills for me. It should not be an overwhelming mission, really, for I have a Mentor to guide me, and it is quite alright for Him that I progress by baby steps (never mind that I am in my late forties), a little at a time, every single day.