By Tessa Emily Hall
Tessa is one of my best writing friends. She is a writer of enchanting characters, charm and wit, and heart transformation. I met her four years ago at a writers conference, and we have seen our first books published at about the same time. I am privileged to share the writing journey with her. Tessa’s award-winning book and blog are inspiring, and today I gladly share with you this guest post.
Imagine there is a kid who is from a wealthy family. He has no reason to fret over where his next meal will come from because his father has all the money necessary to provide for his son. But for some reason, this child spends all day worrying over just that! He even starts agonizing over how he will have enough money for college when he gets older.
Doesn’t that sound silly? A kid should be spending their days enjoying their childhood and being thankful for what they do have—especially one who is from a family of means.
And yet, as silly as that sounds, that is exactly what many of us do every day. ...