Sunday, 15 May 2016

''Nonchalantness'' vs ''Worrylessness''

Nonchalant is a state or manner of appearing usually calm and relaxed; not displaying anxiety, interest or enthusiasm.

The term "Worryless" isn't grammatically correct, but it literally means zero worry, free from anxiety, kill-joy and anything toxic to your state of mind and welfare overall.

Well, "Nonchalantless" is not of God because it's an attitude that entails being overly loose, careless, carefree and literally ignoring almost everything. It takes nothing serious.

On the other hand, "Worrylessness" is of God. It reinstates perfect freedom, peace of body, mind and soul. This godly trait not only bring serenity into our lives, it elongates our life span. 

Anchor Scripture: Mathew 6:25
"Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you'll eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?

Our Anchor Scripture of the day stresses on the need to discard every worry, it doesn't overrule working hard towards attaining set goals. It entails committing everything into the hands of God, trusting Him to bless you with the ultimate gifts of life, which He's in the habit of disbursing generously to those who genuinely love him and to those He rightfully calls his own.

Have a "Worryless" Fabulous week ahead guys!

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