There's this seemingly impossible office task that has been nagging me for weeks. I refer to it as a niggle. I have tried every possible solution to the problem, but I ended up facing a blank wall each time. I needed external support to develop a design solution that is feasible and on top of that, there's a deadline. Cool, right? I found a team who could produce it and we have reached a solution but it's taking them a long time to develop it. It's like creating a new product line. I did enjoy working on it though despite everybody in the office telling me it's useless to work on it and I should give up. But I've never been a quitter, you see.
Been trained solving problems for several years under pressure and this one may seem like a petty task, but it bugged me for weeks. My deadline was last week and I asked for more extension. Today was my last day.
So finally this morning I let it go. I did what I could and let God handle it. I went outside of the office and shrugged the whole thing off hearing my husband say, ''If there's a problem, there's a solution. If there's no solution, then it's not a problem.''
Guess what? My mobile phone rang and I have just made it to the deadline. As easy as that. 'The Man Up There' has a way of telling us that we are too preoccupied with small things that we forget that all we need to do is remember Him.
After all this years, I still haven't learned my lesson! Now I just have to write this down so next time I won't forget :)