Are you really content with your life? Or are you settling to avoid discomfort?
I strive daily to be content with who I am and the things I have. I have found that settling to avoid discomfort will cause greater discomfort. Settling, to me, means that you did not really get what you wanted. The change your heart truly desired was hindered from coming to fruition because you subsituted something less desirable in its place. It is best to be content and wait on what you really want. There is comfort in contenment and comfort in knowing you did not settle.
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