Long ago God had some words to Cain (son of Adam and Eve). God could see in Cain’s heart, seeing his half-hearted motivation and attitude when bringing an offering to God. God’s words were:“Why is your face downcast?… What have you done?”  In other words, what did you do that makes your face so DARK?

To be able to have a heart for the good, no matter what, is a gift. YOU DID SO GOOD is a compliment that gives me joy in giving to a well-deserved recipient. The ability to have eyes to see and a heart to feel the SO GOOD in people and life is learned behavior that develops over years.

Fools can tell you what’s wrong. Genius is showing you how to fix the problem. Relating to people, brilliance is being able to imagine what a person can become as opposed to what is the present state.

When you reach the place in life where your subconscious sees the SO GOOD, you live in gratitude. Life becomes ease and grace. Peace is your reward. SO GOOD is living with comfort in uncomfortable circumstances.

St. Paul was correct in stating (in amplified words) that we are assured and know that, as we partner with God, all things work together and are fitting into God’s plan for good to and for those who love God and are called according to His design and purpose.

LIFE IS SO GOOD! If I have God and fit into His purposes, I have enough and joy can fill my countenance.