Yesterday, I found myself fretting over an honest mistake I had made, and how that would make someone in my life displeased with me. I was carrying on with a constant barrage of negative thoughts about my character and my abilities. There I was knee deep in the muck of lies and doubts. I felt so horrible and anxious, and unable to focus on anything but what I thought the person thought about me. This fussing went round and round my heart for awhile, until I recognized this situation as a light bulb moment from God. How silly, wasteful, and selfish I had been for carrying on like I did. I remembered who I was in Christ, ferociously loved and highly prized. As such, I didn't have to fret over what I thought someone else thought of me. Honest mistakes happen, you accept responsibility, and you do your best to make amends to that person. I did the right thing and that was all that mattered to my Heavenly Father. When you put it in that perspective, His is the only opinion that will ever matter.