Life can be very exciting and has a way of getting really interesting. It seems that when you are not doing anything, nothing is the result. Nothing to do really is an anesthetic in life. You become dull and and predictable, when this becomes you, you can go years without feeling the effect of nothingness. Waking up one day, looking in the mirror, and asking yourself
where has time gone?
Basically, they will never realize that they are not doing anything. The daily affairs can have a tendency to block your capacity to dream, to envision, and to walk fulfilled.
Now, I don’t want to bum you out, or make you feel that what you do is not important. There are many great details that go on in your life, that make your world turn. These details need to be done efficiently for life to continue. That’s what systems are for, machines are built to do those tasks that have to be done constantly, routinely, precisely.
Cleaning the house, feeding the dog, washing dishes, making the bed, cutting the grass, putting the alarm on…
All this things have to be done like clockwork, if they don’t get done, things begin to fall apart, disorganization takes place, and a chaotic environment of frustration unleashes itself upon everyone in the household. We don’t want this to happen. You can continue to be responsible, but at the same time do what someone very wise said,
small tweaks, reach higher peaks.
If you can make small adjustments, like adding salt and pepper to your food. It will surprise you how different and exciting life can become. THIS IS FAITH.. Faith always pushes you to move beyond your daily routines. It calls you, then hides for you to seek after it. Pursues you, then questions you why are you following. The intriguing nature of faith can quicken your life from normality, to a life that wakes up every morning and knows that day can and will impact someone. You begin to see yourself, as an ambassador of change and blessing. It causes you to love life, and gives you desires to live a long time to do all that faith is asking from you.
I am not just telling you what to do, I’m writing to you from the Charlotte airport, connecting flight to Chicago for the weekend, really expectant of what God has in store this year…
April is looking really good right now…