This summer has been packed with activity, going from one state to another visiting family and friends. All of it was good, but somewhere along the way I lost a sense of purpose.
There was a day not too long ago I savored each moment because I didn’t know how many more moments were left for me.
I want balance again. What I want—need—is a sense of peace through the day. I’m done living vicariously through activities.
I’m putting everyone on notice. The checklist is gone. I am determined to enjoy today, plan for tomorrow, but not live using a checklist.
Proverbs 27:1 tells us, “Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring.” All I have is right now—today. It would be a shame if I rushed through today with my list of chores and obligations to only find I had no tomorrow.