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When You Just Want To Be A Part Of

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We all long to be a part of something or someone. Being looked as at equal fills the heart. To be part of hobbies, games, stories, conversions, helps everyone feel a part of something. We have area’s that we love more than others. We turn to others to help push through the area’s we don’t like. Fitting in can be very hard for some, and for other’s, it comes naturally. When things are harder on others, feeling natural is 100 percent harder for them. The more that people work at trying to fit in will only make them push farther away. I’ve seen this happened, when? I’ve done this, I’ve worked hard at being a part of something and only find that I push myself away. I don’t like to play the status game. The status game is belittling.
The world has created this. Either your shoe fits the world. Sorry about your luck if it doesn’t. You’ll be placed in the box and shoved to the back of the closet. Out of sight out of mind as I have heard it.
It’s hard to sit back and watch this happened to so many others in the world and families. You to speak out, but you also don’t want to be that shoe in the back of the closet. Just like the tongue on our shoe that has been laced down into place, our tongues must be done the same in our mouths. We have to watch what we say, when we say it and how we say it. Again I learn this when I was much younger. I have carried this through my whole life and continue to do so today.
I’ve been trying to sort feelings and words out. I’ve found it’s like fighting a wind chime that is tangled together into knots. Untangling these words wear me out. I feel like that wind chime in the wind being beat around and bounced off one another, beaten and bruised. I continue to work at untangling the words.

But what does the Bible say:


Ecclesiastes 12:11-14
A wise teacher’s words spur students to action and emphasize important truth. The collected saying of the wise are like guidance from a shepherd. But, my child, be warned: There is no end of opinions ready to be expressed. Studying them can go on forever and become very exhausting! Here is my final conclusion: Fear God and obey his commands, for this is the duty of every person. God will judge us for everything we do, including every secret thing, whether good or bad.
We all struggle with words, relationships, groups, activities, being a part of, but it’s easier for some and harder for others.

Proverbs 10:17
People who accept correction are on the pathway to life, but those who ignore it will lead others astray.

Proverbs 10:32
The godly speak words that are helpful, but the wicked speak only what is corrupt.

Why do we feel cheated when we aren’t included? Why do we fill our emptiness with more emptiness? Why do we want to be a part? Is it because we’ve felt this all our lives? Is it that we don’t trust, or don’t know where we fit in? Or is it that we aren’t excepted, or welcome to be a part? Is that we not trusted? Or are we looked as not worthy?

Proverbs 11:1
The Lord hates cheating, but he delights in honesty.

Proverbs 11: 12-13
It is foolish to belittle a neighbor: a person with good sense remains silent.
A gossip goes around revealing secrets, but those who are trustworthy can keep a confidence.

1 John 3: 11
This is the message we have heard from the beginning: We should love one another.

I’ve been struggling with words for the last few months. I have some I want to speak and some I’d rather hold inside.

Resources:

https://www.tyndale.com/p/niv-life-application-study-bible-second-edition/9781414359755

For the picture

https://www.lds.org/youth/article/idea-list-including-everyone?lang=eng

Author:

Wife of 30 years to my high school sweetheart Jon. Mother of 2 adult children, grandmother of 2 granddaughters. Pet lover of 6 dogs, 2 fish and 1 cat. I love genealogy and learning more about my ancestries. I like paying it forward through genealogy also. In enjoy crafts, reading, shopping, antiques and much more.

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