I don’t know who wrote “Memo from God”, but I’ve had it for years. Whatever your belief in God, the memo is a good reminder that worry does no good. If every thought is a prayer, keep your thoughts affirmative. If you pray for well-being then wander off into worry, you either need a bigger God, or longer term memory of your prayer. Prayer is really a way to connivence ourself into a new way of thinking, shifting into a higher consciousness of good. Do you have a God’s to-do box or list? When you find yourself in worry, can you catch yourself and do something to redirect your thoughts? If you’re going through a tough time, print out this memo and read it daily, then go about doing what you need to do. Don’t worry about your issue. Don’t talk about it. Re-read the memo.
Memo from God
to: all who believe in Me
Good Morning: This is your Father-Mother-God reminding you that I will be handling all of your problems today. Please remember I do not need your help. If a situation comes up which you feel you cannot handle, do not attempt to resolve it—place it in the “something for God to do” box. It will be addressed in my perfect time. Once the matter is placed in the box, do not hold on to it or remove it, since this will only delay resolution.
If it is a situation you think you are capable of handling, please consult me to be sure you’re heading in the right direction. Because I do not sleep nor slumber, you can rest my child. If you need to contact me, I am only a prayer away.