In reflecting on Jesus and His tomb, I cannot help but think of my morning playing Schrödinger's cat with a 3-year-old.
What’s my mission? What’s my vision? What’s my goal?
What if we're not doing anything wrong? What if precisely where we are, who we are, what we're doing, and how were struggling is where God wants us to be? And what if, quickly and easily, God will lift our burden when He decides it's time?
If people aren’t happy with our best effort, there’s nothing that we can give that’s going to make them happy. And if we are not happy with the best effort that others give us, there's nothing that others can give us that's going to make us happy.
Our times of construction, our times of transition are the crux, just as the crucifixion was the crux of Christ's life. The cross was not the end, but a crucial transition. In the same sense, our times of transitions are never the end but a crucial change for our growth.
Have you ever had a holiday season where you just hated all the Christmas songs? All the well wishes? All the plastered on smiles? All the happiness? I have. It was two years ago. I hated Christmas and all the surrounding holidays that year. I was fresh off of orientation at my first nursing job… Continue reading Have Yourself a Miserable Little Christmas