I have been watching college football since at
least 1959 , but I am afraid I have taken only small amounts of wisdom away
from this diversion. However, viewing a significant game this past Saturday, I
heard an analyst make this comment about a certain well-executed play: “That’s
a little thing, but little things can become big things.” He proved to be
prophetic as what looked like a little thing, did, in fact, become a big thing
that played a role in a big win.
This week’s “moment” comes from Sheila. The title is not a misprint.
We all have times when we feel overwhelmed. It may seem our thoughts and worries and fears are buzzing all around us, dive bombing and looping in our minds. We feel our heads being jerked here and there, making it difficult to focus, to decide which of these assailants to go after first. Our anxiety builds and crescendos and we feel totally out of control and at the mercy of the battle going on in our minds.
Let me suggest an analogy that might help you to pull out of the fog and get more direction and focus.