Defrag and Refresh

The average person nowadays own a computer either for work, fun, or for their kids educational process. If you don’t own one it’s because you don’t care or you are too old for it to make a difference in your lifestyle.  This message is for everyone whether you have a real computer or not, because we all have a mind, which serves as our computer that is constantly receiving information from all kinds of sources.  This includes daily messages from God along with all the other stuff that is funneled into our brains.  Just like a laptop or desk computer, our minds can become overloaded with files that are hindering the speed at which information can be processed.  We need to defrag and refresh our computers from time to time to get rid of old files that are no longer needed.  It is important that we take stock of what’s going into our minds and what we are putting out into the world.  As technology continues to advance, there are so many people who are using technology outside its intended purpose.  On any given day you can read about someone who has been scammed or computer hacked.

As you think about who you are and how you spend your days, make sure that you are adding good to the world. It is so easy to get caught up in what everyone else is doing and begin to think that it’s okay because they got away with it.  We’ve gotten to the point where we hear about something so much it starts to becomes the norm.  Let’s not allow that to happen with our expression of faith and belief in a higher being, who directs and orders our footsteps each and every day.  Let’s continue to give credit where credit is due no matter what the world believes about religion and spirituality.  In the final analysis you are the one who will suffer or benefit from what you believe.  Defragging and refreshing is an ongoing process and it may mean getting rid of some things/people that no longer serve a purpose.


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  1. Mildred White

    My friend Geri Mason is so incredibly gifted. She is awe-inspiring! She is inspirational! She is able to capsulize and record her thoughts in a single article that is so relatable. Needless to say, I am loving everything about this month’s article. These are some of the “take-aways” from the March article that resonate with me:

    Life is good when you really know who you are; My god has always taken care of me in every situation, so I expect nothing less when I encounter obstacles; The more I trust God, the more I am able to trust Him; I ask for everything that I want and expect it; God is working in everyone’s life; There is enough of everything in this universe for everyone to get their share. With God there IS no lack.

    Thank you, Geri, for being a positive influence. Thank you for your faithfulness to sharing your writing. Thank God for the depth and breathe of writing abilities. You are loved today and always.


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