My family's safety is one of my top priorities. I take pride in taking care of my family and protecting them from harm. I guard my family like an eagle guards its nest.
When I prepare food for my family, I do everything I can to ensure it is nutritious and safe to consume. I rinse out all fruits and vegetables before serving them to my family to remove any pesticides on the surface.
I am diligent in following basic safety guidelines for food handling. I constantly wash my hands while preparing foods to reduce the risk of contamination.
When dealing with meats, I follow the proper procedures to prevent my food from becoming a danger. I do everything in my power to prepare and serve safe food for my family.
I reject any fear that tries to creep into my mind due to the recent food recalls. I refuse to allow myself to be afraid of things beyond my control. Instead of living in fear, I enjoy my food free from worry.
I release myself from worry about the next food recall. I acknowledge there is a limit to how much I can protect my family, but my faith begins when my ability to care for them ends.
Today, I choose to enjoy the food I eat. I choose to live my life full of hope, absent from worry. I do what I can to prepare safe meals for my family, and I shut out the voice of fear.
1. Do I follow basic food safety when preparing meals for my family?
2. Why is it necessary to acknowledge my limitations to ignite my faith?
3. Am I able to enjoy my food without worry?