palmyra, new york temple
“Diligently doing things that matter most will lead us to the Savior of the World.”
There are lots of things that pull for our attention and efforts. School, work, family, finances, health conditions, and the list goes on and on. Its not hard to fill our lives with stuff, important or otherwise. In fact, we hardly have to do anything to see our days and our time can get scheduled in and booked up.
While I could go into how this applies to MY life, I’ll spare you. Let’s just say I’ve felt really unbalanced lately. However, my delight today is centered in the peaceful reminders from a loving Heavenly Father about balance.
And balance brings peace. And peace makes Erin happy (yes, sometimes I refer to myself in third person).
This weekend I got to watch General Conference. Its a semi-annual meeting in my church when we get to hear from the Prophet of God. It was just what I needed. And just in case what I needed to hear is what you needed to hear…below I shared one of my favorite parts with you! President Uchtdorf is talking about important relationships we need to have:
—–President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Peace comes from balance. Balance comes from being wise in how you spend your time. Spending time developing my relationship with God is a wise investment of my time, no matter how busy life is. 🙂
JOY. Jesus. Others. Yourself.