Sunday, August 10, 2014

Don't Hesitate

Difficult decisions don't become easier to make when we keep putting them off. Practicing avoidance won't do anything but allow the dilemma to become over-inflated and much more complicated.

If there is a conflict that needs to be resolved or an issue that should be addressed, it should be done without procrastinating. When we refuse to handle a problem it will only continue to build up until the solution is more drastic than it should have been in the first place. I don't say this from a position of superiority, but from poor personal experience.

As a wise friend and pastor is fond of saying, "You can't aim a duck to death." Recognize what needs to be dealt with, prayerfully consider the the right response, and then take action. It might be difficult, but it will be more beneficial for our relationships and personal maturity in the long run.

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