Just Push Pause
". . . The special seasons call us to shift our focus onto God, but everyday life can get in the way of that. It overwhelms us and tells us to do too many things at once, to fill up the pauses with things that seem more productive. We know better now.
The pauses are where life with God begins. Like the rests in a symphony that keep the music from becoming a mish-mash of sound, the pauses shape our days and our journey, if we're willing to be counter cultural.
Dorothy Day once said, 'the greatest challenge of the day is: how to bring about a revolution of the heart, a revolution which has to start with each one of us.' Are you willing to start revolution, even if you're the only one participating? That's how transformation begins, one by one, heart by heart. There's nothing ordinary about that."