In Others’ Word: Weariness
When you’re weary, do you ever stop to discern why?
Are you weary because you are not doing the things you want — or need — to do?
Or are you weary because you are doing the things you do not want — or need — to do?
It’s a question worth asking … and a question worth answering.
Sometimes we’re weary just because life demands so much from us. There are seasons that are just going to be exhausting.
And sometimes, well, sometimes we’re weary because we’re demanding so much from ourselves.
And it’s the wrong stuff. We forgot to say no. Or we keep saying yes … and yes … and yes … to the wrong people and the wrong things …
and there’s no time, no room in our lives for for those things, those people who need a yes.
And maybe, just maybe … we are one of those people that we’ve crowded out of our lives.
In Others’ Words: So which is it for you: weariness because you’re not doing what you want (need) to do or weariness because you’re doing what you do not want (need) to do? (Yes, go ahead. Read it twice. If you’re tired, you just may have to.)
What’s making you weary? The doing or the not doing? Click to Tweet
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