Busyness. It seems to be the cultural norm these days. Between the demands of work and basic family life, we also need to balance kid activities, finding time for own fitness, and then there is food shopping, laundry, food prep, house cleaning, pet care, personal development, precious girlfriend time...I feel like I'm forgetting something??!! I'm sure we can all add at least one more demand to the above list which throws us over
I'm writing to you today from the comfort of my home...at least that is where I am in the physical sense.  However, spiritually and emotionally speaking, I am absolutely in a desert phase of life.  Life isn't just uncomfortable... it's downright tough.  There is strife, mixed with loneliness, uncertainty and a good dose of anxiety to make it feel almost hopeless at times!   Can you relate?  Maybe your "recipe" is slightly different than mine,
In almost every manner of thinking, acting or doing, we esteem Loyalty as a value to be honored and revered. I mean seriously, when is loyalty not a good thing? Is it even possible? YES! When we have unwavering loyalty to our past, it's a guaranteed disaster in the making for our future! It guarantees we will repeat harmful and destructive patterns even if our intention is to avoid that exact thing. It's a sad ironical