Where Do I Go?
Yesterday was a day of some not-too-pleasant realizations about me for, well, me:
- I’m too easily distracted by what’s “easy” when working on something “hard”.
- I talk about having “God first!” in all things, but don’t do a very good job of actually living it out (at least not yesterday).
- I’ve put myself in competition with too many other people., which doesn’t exactly foster love and unity in my relationships.
This all stems from my mulling over who I want to become as I look at how I spend my days. So it’s not a bad thing to have the above epiphanies (again, if I’m honest). Because how can I change the path I’m on if I don’t know where I currently am?
And while I am thankful for so many of the things I presently have, it doesn’t mean I have to stay with those things the rest of my life. I mean, I haven’t had the job I currently have my entire life – I had to change what were prior present provisions to move into what I have now.
Now I’m going to end today’s post awkwardly. I’m still in the early stages with much of this, and don’t want to vaguely prattle on about changing this, that, and the other. Talking about change isn’t changing, and I need to sort a few things out.
See you Friday with (hopefully) a more cohesive post!