In my training in days of not caring, I didn't care about writing these words of testimony about "not caring." Haha! At first this idea of not caring seemed so careless and irresponsible. However, over time and practice, I have had a paradigm shift. After all, Jesus said to cast our cares upon him. What an offer! I realized that Jesus cares enough about me and about others, far more than I can ever care, so why not let him care and I care less. When worry or anxiety reared its head, I began to say "I don't care." This began to activate something in my brain that released my caring. This statement became very liberating. I know what you're thinking. I thought the same thing. How can I not care about my kids, my job, my finances, the Coronavirus? What control do I really have with any of these cares anyway? Truthfully! But I can control my choices and my attitude! Today, I choose an attitude of humility and gratitude and I'll let God care about all these things that I don't need to care about because He cares. You may think this is ludicrous or that I am crazy. That's OK! Because I don't care!!! Try it! Repeat after me. "I DON'T CARE"