Last week, my husband and I drove to Denver to attend the LDS Temple there. Early morning fog obscured the road for much of the way, causing me to clench my teeth and pray for our safety. Larry navigated it with his usual skill, and we arrived safely.
As we drove through the fog, I was reminded that a different kind of fog can obscure other roadways in life.
The fog of wanting worldly success and rewards can blind us to true success and rewards: that of living a Christ-like life and returning to live with Him someday. The fog of wanting material possessions may cause us to treat others dishonestly. The fog of criticizing others to make us feel better about ourselves can canker our souls. And so on.
Joy for today: navigating through the fogs of life.