This little guy is not the least bit concerned that his resting place won't last. He isn't trying to figure out how to nap on the guitar and play it at the same time. In fact, it's not his problem whether or not music ever gets played.
Trust looks a lot like this kitten.
Scripture is filled with commands to "trust in the Lord," "wait patiently for Him," and "rest on His promises." We say we believe that, but you will never catch us sleeping when there is music to be played. We get so caught up in trying to play, trying to serve, trying to work that we ignore that still small voice that says, "Rest in Me."
Is it the responsibility of this kitten to play the guitar? Is it his fault if music never comes from this instrument?
We don't assume that the guitar is his. We know it belongs to someone bigger and smarter and able to bring music from his napping spot.
What if you handed them over to Someone bigger and smarter and better able to run your life than you are?
What if you decided today that it no longer mattered what kind of music came from your guitar, what others thought of it, or whether it was as good as someone else's?
What if you curled up on His guitar and let Him worry about making the music?
Delight yourself in the LORD; And He will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the LORD, Trust also in Him, and He will do it. Psalm 37:5-6