There is more good going on around you than you realize.
During a tennis lesson, my coach asked me if I watched the lines on the ball when it was spinning through the air.
I said, “No.”
“Look closer,” he instructed.
He hit a ball at me. I squinted and was amazed at what I saw. I could see the lines on the ball. I could see what direction the ball was spinning. I could better prepare for my next shot.
It’s amazing what you see when you look closer.
People often complain, “Where’s God? Where’s the good to be grateful for? Why doesn’t anyone love me?” But the evidence is easy to find if you look for it.
God is everywhere.
God is found in the smile of a neighbor, a day to live, a thought to think, an inspiration to share.
Notice “the lines on the ball.” Be aware of God’s omnipresence and life’s blessings will not pass you by.