Woah, the past 12 months have been a blur. Much of what I’ve had on my heart to write, my brain has smartly kept me from posting publicly. Much of where my mind has been in this season of transition, has been written with ink on paper in a journal that I’ll treasure for the memory of God’s changing work done in my life.
In the spirit of what I’ve seen, heard, and experienced over the past few months; here is a working list of things that matter less to me than they did a year ago. Not that they aren’t still important to me as an employee, father, or husband, but I’m learning that I don’t share the enthusiasm for perfection in these areas that I used to.
Written words that people read.
High maintenance relationships.
My reflection in a mirror.
My internal criticism of myself.
What new people think of me.
Traveling without my family.
Email. Facebook. Twitter.
Overthinking the past.
My internal criticism of others.
Organizing too far in advance.