I definitely think we need the encouragement to take care of ourselves. For too long, we've defined success as a destination we reach, milestones we hit along the way. But in that headlong rush to reach milestones, we lose parts of who we are as we're going. So I'm in favor of an approach that includes time to slow down and reflect, to truly engage with the people around us, to evaluate where we're going and who we're becoming at the same time.
And I'm guessing maybe you do, too. It's been awfully cold and dark in cyberspace. But not silent. Just cold, dark and oppressive. I find myself in need of some simple pleasures to pull my brain out of the deep, angry pit I managed to jump into. Confession - the last 2 weeks I have... Continue Reading →
When I was growing up, I remember my mother going through very busy seasons. She worked a full-time job, had various volunteer commitments at church, went to exercise classes twice per week, and was part of a singing group that traveled around our area giving concerts at churches (with mid-week rehearsals). I remember her being... Continue Reading →