The Art of Dwindling

Just this morning I was sitting on my balcony, just talking to God, and as I looked out and saw the birds, it occurred to me that they don’t worry about where they’re going. They land where they do and they don’t freak out about tomorrow.

But freaking out about tomorrow is pretty much my permanent state.

This morning as I saw the birds, I felt at peace with the whole ‘tomorrow’ thing, and I realised that I can only do what today is asking me to do. Take it one step at a time kind of thing. I was motivated to just not worry and to do only what I can today.

But now all I can think about is all the things I still have to do and the lack of time in which to do them. My blogging brain has also taken a vacation, so my posts are getting shorter and shorter and less and less inspired. It’s sad to see a project dwindle, but I fear that’s what’s happening.

My hope is that tomorrow someone will say something really profound to me so I can blog about it. Until then, you’re going to get mini blog posts about not much at all.

Sarah xx

2 thoughts on “The Art of Dwindling

  1. Emma

    You might think you’re not writing about much, but I was really challenged by this! Pretty sure we have the same permanent state. And you’ve reminded me to keep trusting God and do what I can today. Thanks x

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