One must first jump and it is only later that one feels carried. And so it is in spiritual life. - Fr. Jacques Phillipe
Despite my frustrations, I am learning a lot about how to make not only my own practice but also health care better.
I may not be aware of it, but I trust that God is using my ordinary life to produce good.
Jesus wasn't excepting nor wanting me to be perfect in the way I thought of perfect. My version of perfection is a pedestal, a level that no one can reach where their body is impeccable, their academic record is flawless, and their personal life is unblemished. But Jesus Himself was battered and bruised, considered stupid by the religious leaders of the day, and had drama in His personal life.
I'm learning living my daily life isn't boring; it's just Nazareth.
I've believed the lie that I need to wait for the perfect situation to follow Jesus.