Is saying ‘yes’ a bad thing? From experience, the line to draw between a good and a bad kind of ‘yes’ depended on one thing.
Time is a funny thing. It’s kind of like a big bag you love to carry around with you. You know for a fact that because it’s so big, you have so much room for things and knick-knacks—some important, others not so—to fill it with. So you fill it and fill it until your back hurts, and you can’t even pinpoint the cause of the ache. Then you rummage through the bag, and wonder what happened to all that free space you had. Do you feel stuck in the same situation? Read the first of my three-part series on busyness here.
Is it still possible to find peace in the midst of life’s busyness? Read more here.
“The success rate of death is 100 percent,” said the pastor at the service. “All those people who lived 200 years ago will tell you that.”If you’ve ever been to a wake, it will get you thinking things like, “If tomorrow would be the day I die, what would others say about me?” Those listed in my mind were formed out of four groups of people, each of them equally valid and important. These questions then led me to even bigger revelations about the kind of person I am today, and the kind of person I was becoming. I hope they help you, as they have helped me.