What do you dwell on? (Philippians 4:8)

"Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Philippians 4:8

I've written on this before... but today I'm more going to ask a question. Last night I was thinking about what it is I dwell on. My mind is an annoying place to be most of the time.

It seems for the most part from about 12 years old until around the time I met my wife my head was mostly filled with what you'd imagine a teenage boy's head would would be filled with. It was a bummer but that was the deal.

Since I've been married lust has been way less of an issue but it occurred to me the thing which probably occupies my mind most of the time now is the thought of fame or money (both of which, given my line of work, are pretty unlikely I'll ever have). And when I'm not thinking about these two things I pretty much just worry. I find my head wandering and wondering what would happen if such and such happened and I died or my wife died or my daughter died etc...

All of which are horrible things to dwell on. Lust, mammon, fear.

So I'm curious. Help me out. When you're following Philippians 4:8 in your spare time - I'm not wondering what you dwell on as you write your masters thesis about 1 Corinthians but actually when you're just relaxed and checking out.

Where does your head go?