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There is beauty everywhere

You ever just sat and watched the ocean? A bird? An ant? A butterfly?

There's beauty in all of God's creations, isn't there? All we have to do is take the time to experience it. Zechariah 4:10 says, don't despise small beginnings. Sometimes it's the little things that mean the most and we have to take the time to enjoy them. Sometimes the blessing is in the small things. We should take the time to consider that, because it's sometimes the little things that can be the really big things, right? Sometimes it's simply about making the time to enjoy whatever those things are -- to enjoy what we are blessed to have around us and in our lives. It may differ from person to person, which is great, because God has us here for a reason and He wants us to enjoy what we have. I believe when we do that, then we make room for many more blessings. It's about appreciating the beauty around us and realizing it comes in many different forms.

Luke 16:10 says, "he who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in what is least is unjust also in much." In other words, one who is grateful for the little, may be blessed with much more and vice versa. It's about being thankful for what we do have, over thinking we're missing out on the things we don't have. There is a time and a season for everything. So why not just see the beauty that is right in front of us? It may actually be a real and true blessing more than anything else. Just something to think about. 
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