Thought of the Day

“There are years that ask questions and years that answer.”

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This quote, from Zora Neale Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, reminds us to breath easy when there are more questions than answers.

Some seasons in life are full of questions; and that’s natural. For example, what are we going to do with our life or exactly how are we going to accomplish our goals?

What ever our questions, it’s reassuring to know that some seasons in life are just uncertain–full of questions. Meanwhile, other seasons are full of answers. During those that give us answers, we’re more self-assured, know exactly what we want to do, and feel like we’re one-hundred percent on the right track.

If you’re in a “year” that’s full of questions, it’s important to keep in mind that life goes through seasons of uncertainty and certainty. Another season will follow that will eventually answer the questions from the year(s) before.

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