Too Busy to See We’re Blind

We are a performance-driven people, which means we’re also a budgeted people. 16 hours — 1 hour of commute, 1 for eating, 9 for work, .5 for Netflix, 1 hour for devotions, and brushing our teeth in the car. We’ve got fifteen minutes here and there. Busy.

Hey, wanna get coffee? Obviously: I’m busy. It’s who we are. Money’s tight. Time’s sparse. Energy’s low. We keep the fixes in our pockets, endless easy helps and hacks. Financial advisor. Scheduling app. Caffeine. What about exercise? Must make time for that too. Google: “Lose fat fast.” The stomachs of our souls grumble with the question:

How can I do the most, and be the best, as fast as possible?…

Too Busy to See We’re Blind | Desiring God.

Published by: G.W.

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