When you get to where you’re going, where will you be?Read More
Breathe, O breathe Thy loving Spirit, Into every troubled breast!
Let us all in Thee inherit; Let us find that promised rest.
-Charles Wesley, Love Divine.
We’re closing in on Christmas. Whether you celebrate the holidays or not, I imagine you will agree with me here: anticipation is in the air. This anticipation is not just for the gifts and festivities of the season’s climax; this anticipation is for a new year, a fresh start. 2016 has been quite an interesting one to say the least. Whatever your experience is, I want to applaud you for showing up and staying courageous and committed to the process. It’s that feeling of finishing a long book (preferably a hard copy), placing it ever so gingerly on the book shelf next to the host of other old companions you’ve learned from, and then standing back with a deep sigh of prideful relief as you admire your handiwork.Read More
When you get to where you’re going, where will you be?
I ask myself this question often as I easily confuse productivity with busyness. I imagine you fall into a similar trap as well. Consider this, how many times a week do you ask someone how they’re doing and they respond with a slight sigh, eye roll, and an arsenal of reasons there’s just not enough time in the day. “Life is just so busy these days!” they respond. I’m definitely guilty of it too. I tend to wear exhaustion proudly like a badge of honor just so you don’t have any qualms or confusion about my level of productivity, or worth I suppose.Read More