What is going on in this world today? Are we living in the last days?❔❓❔❓❔🕕🕕

We experience a magnitude of devastation events around the world recently. Every time you turn on the television there always something going on like wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunami, earthquakes, mass shootings, police shootings, and a worldwide pandemic.

Some people are starting to question whether we are living in the last days? 

We all endure the pain and suffering. You begin to weep, your chest feels like it’s burning, and your heart feels so heavy. We start to become speechless. It’s hard to be transparent when the issues are transcending our understanding. The more you try to comprehend, the more elusive these situations are. 

Will we ever see a world without violence, pain, sickness, destruction, and death? Some people yearned to see the day when we can smile in a peaceful world

(Revelation 22:1-3).

 

Regardless of your religious belief, we all deep down look forward to the day when Jesus will come and end this world’s system of things

 (Revelation 11:15).

We need to start loving one another intensity from the heart 

(1 Peter 1:22, John 13:34,35). Now more than ever, we need to learn how to be a peacemaker, even if the other person has done us wrong

(Matthew 5:23,24).

We need to learn how not to hate and continuously forgive our brothers

(1 John 4:20, Colossians 3:12-14, Ephesians 4:32, 5:2).

When the world becomes too boisterous, you can always turn to Jehovah our God for peace and tranquility.

©Pain Bug 2020

Emotional feeling of “Self-Pity”

Self-pity is a mental struggle. It can be overwhelming to deal with. It’s a feeling you can’t control when it strikes. The flood gates of feelings rush in like an ocean of water during a hurricane. The aim is to destroy everything in its path.
It took a few years for me to realize I was exercising my right to indulge in the self-pity world. One day I realize what was going on in the middle of an episode. Then, I started to ask why I’m punishing myself like this? It was time for a meeting with myself. This conversion was really deep. I started wondering if there was something mentally wrong with me?
Started wondering about the physical and mental pain I was dealing with. I am not the person I use to be before this injury. My life has been dismantled before my eyes. I suffer pain and anxiety attacks daily. Now I suffer from other health issues.
On the other hand, as I started to analyze my situation. Yes, we are broken physically and mentally. Yes, the caliber of my life has changed. Yes, we are miserable at times. Yes, this pain and other health problems are a real pain in the rear to deal with. I asked myself, do I allow this to define who I am or do I want to live life the best way I can?
Whenever self-pity tries to show its ugly head; I quickly shut it down.

Don’t let it take over your world

It’s Good Friday

Happy Friday. Thank God we made it to see another day. No Stress day.

Have a bless day.

Painbug

A Karen Day

Yesterday I had a Karen call my work phone. She went off for a good two minutes before I was allow to say one word. She continues to rant to be honest I had no clue what she was talking about. She was reaching my limit, so I kindly put the phone down press the mute button, and then the speaker button. She had my daughter and husband laughing their head off. Eventually I took a deep breath and started laughing as well. She would not shut up for 15 minutes straight. Finally I was allow to speak so I ask can I call you back? She Hung Up On Me.

Well Karen, tell them why you mad, tell them how you really feel!

Why I write

I write because I have something to say.
I write because these thoughts are clogging up my brain.
I write because you prefer to read my thoughts then listen to them.
I write because you can read it from the horse’s mouth.
I write because it is my outlet.


I write because some people want me to remain silent.
I write because I can express myself to the world freely.
I write because I can write about my feelings, pain, issues, my sadness, and my joys.


I write Because God provided me with the tools to write.
I write because I appreciate you all reading and following my posts.
I write because I don’t have to hide behind a curtain or limit what I say.
I write because of those hidden feelings in the closet are now able to come out.

I appreciate the lessons and paths I had to endure in life. It helped me to become the person I am now. I will continue to press on.

©Painbug 2020

It’s has been a minute so here we go…

1) If you reach out to someone and try to express your feelings, and somehow it goes sideways. You need to ask yourself, is this something you want to explore further or park it and carry on with life?
Learn how to set limits/boundaries/thresholds on what you will tolerate.
Example: If I say you have met my threshold, know that I am putting you on time out for a couple of days or longer. Depending on who you are; It might be a permanent status.


2) If you ask me about voting and I don’t offer my answer or opinion, it’s because I don’t feel like entertaining this conversation.
Example: Hey, so are you voting? Who are you voting for this election? I do not want to talk about this, and we need to change the subject or end the conversation.
Dictate what you are willing to discuss. If you are uncomfortable, then let the person know. If they insist on engaging in this conversation, well walk away.


3) It is ok to laugh at people, but not to their faces.
Example: You may get a call or text message that has you talking to yourself. Just laugh and let it go.

Somethings need to be said

©Painbug 2020

Pain Awareness Month

Pain Awareness Month | Burning Nights CRPS
Photo: Burning Nights

I’ve been dealing with chronic pain for over 15 years now. I am glad this topic is starting to gain light. For some years, physicians would diagnose patients with mental disorders instead of conducting an in-depth investigation of the underline problem.

Daily Dose of Affirmation

I experienced all of these in this past week.

Be Inspired..!!

Each day you can journey from your Alpha (it begins with you) to your Omega, which in the teachings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, is the point within each of us where our inner spiritual nature meets our outer worldly nature.

It is with this thought I bring to you daily dose of affirmations for your mind and soul. An affirmation a day, keeps the therapist away!!! Here are your affirmation for today :

  • I am capable of acknowledging thoughts I don’t need and letting them go.
  • There is no need to rush for the sake of someone else’s pace.
  • I will make time for things that ignite my soul.
  • Advice I hear from others is not always meant for me, and that’s okay.
  • I can listen to others with compassion over judgement.
  • My life is my message.
  • My actions can inspire others.
  • It’s okay to say yes.
  • It’s okay to…

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