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Chaplain's Corner
with Reverend Dale Burke
 
I like to read bumper stickers. A lot of wisdom can be contained in a few short words. Sometimes they make me laugh, sometimes they annoy me, and sometimes they make me think. Why is this of interest to the people in this car?
You’ve probably seen this one: “One Day At A Time.” The slogan is often used by persons struggling with some sort of addiction, as a reminder that one doesn’t have to set impossible goals, but just goals for today. The key to success is to trust one’s Higher Power (God) for the strength to get by today. Just one day. No need to worry about tomorrow until it gets here!
The theme of “living one day at a time” is woven throughout the fabric of most of the major holy books of the world. In the Scripture, it’s a lesson we seem to learn with difficulty, but one that holds the key to life and peace.
The challenges of getting all of our school projects done, balancing work and co-curricular activities can sometimes seem overwhelming. When we bite off a chunk that is too big to chew, it is easy to fall into a sense of despair. But we can do it one day at a time, one step at a time.


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