My husband squashes bugs for a living.
Well, not technically. He is a web developer and I like to call him my little genius. During his daily work of coding programs and web things, errors will happen. They call them bugs. They fix the bugs, and the app works how it’s supposed to.
Sometimes when he gets home I ask him if he squashed #allthebugs
today and played exterminator. 🐜This got me thinking, randomly, how we ourselves could be worked into a comparison. Hear me out:
I may be stretching out on a limb here, but what if we looked in the mirror and saw an intricate, brilliantly designed being. We’ve been programed to live, love, give and so much more. And sometimes life throws curve balls and we find ourselves bugging out.
Today as I went about my normal routine I took note of my thought patterns. When something came along that was less than desirable, I squashed the bug right then and there. I took it from my mind and rewired my thinking pattern to be positive and grateful.
Maybe your bugs are similar to mine, maybe they aren’t. Whether they are greed, dislike, comparison, envy, negativity, or being ungrateful, what if we decided to squash those bugs so that we can run more smoothly and brilliantly?
Pic by @isabel_onlyloveremains