Weather is not my god

It has become so commonplace in social situations to talk about the weather. The subject is often used as an ice breaker in conversations. I have also seen discussions quickly turn to the weather as a way to change the topic when someone feels uncomfortable or doesn’t know what to say.

Thoughts about weather can be subtle mental whispers, such as “I’m too hot” (or too cold). Or thoughts about weather can become loud “voices” in the physical form of floods, hurricanes, or tornados. Our thoughts about weather can sharply affect our experiences. Are we letting weather dictate what we say, what we do, or even how we feel? I’ve found it important to ask myself, “Have I let weather become a personal god?” 

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