If you’re looking for cutting-edge political analysis, this is not the article for you. If you’re looking for the latest insights on the presidential elections, you’re in the wrong place.
But if you’re looking for spiritual wisdom and encouragement, if you want to be uplifted and inspired, then keep reading. This article is for you.
The fact is: 2020 has been an exhausting year.
We were already worn out as a country before COVID-19.
The constant political tension, culminating in the impeachment hearings, was wearying.
The continual flood of sensational news, coming from all sides, was wearying.
The deepening divisions in our society, revealing massive fissures ready to split, were wearying.
Then we got hit by the virus. (In case you missed it, it’s still here.)
Then we had the lockdown.
Then George Floyd was killed.
Then the protests. And the riots. And the looting. And the vandalism. And the shootings.
One day Minneapolis was in flames. Then Kenosha. Then Louisville.
One day it’s masked rioters marching into our suburbs. The next day, we can’t leave our houses without a mask. (If your computer or phone have facial recognition, you have to take down your mask just to identify yourself to your own gadgets.)
As for our normal distractions, like going out to eat or watching sports, most of them disappeared for months on end as well. And the end is not yet in sight.
What if there is a vaccine? Should we take it? Will it be safe? Or is it part of some government ploy to monitor our lives? Or is this just Big Pharma’s way of making more money?
Is there anyone we can trust? The medical profession? The FBI? The media? Spiritual leaders?
Yes, this is America in 2020, and frankly, it is exhausting.
Added to all this is the ticking time bomb of the November 3 elections. The first Trump-Biden debate underscored the chaotic nature of the hour, and there is no guarantee that on November 4 anything will be settled.
Even when the votes are finally counted, will either side concede with grace? Will multiplied tens of millions of Americans (again, on either side) accept the results and move on?
You might say to me, “I thought you were going to encourage and uplift me! I’m feeling much worse now than when I started this column. Thanks for nothing!”
Well, here comes the encouragement in just four short words: lift up your eyes.
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SOURCE: Charisma News