“There are times in the world that I see so much of the negative, Father that I am tempted to get caught up in it. Then I think of You. I can’t change others only myself.
Thank you for helping me see the good in people, the best in difficult situations. Let me sense the fresh smell of drizzling cleansing rain, the quiet times during recovering illness. Thank You for teaching me to recall the good events in life and help me not to dwell on the bad ones.
Thank You for helping me to see the good even in myself. I will build on that rather than put myself down.
I lift my praise to You in all situations and look for Your goodness and love.
source: When I’m On My Knees, by Anita Corrine Donihue