. . . since we’ve talked.
Few things give greater witness to my shortcomings more than the confusing speed of time passing. During the past months I have been pursuing education and other distractions and failed to post regularly.
Intentions mostly give way to time passed by as my goals seem to be in a perpetual state of amendment. Nonetheless, here is a new goal. To write to you more often.
In coping with my lapses of “doing” I project onto each of you that you are like me. So, since we are the same then it must be true that you have good intentions too; and, you would like to talk more, take more time in pause, and still have time left for family after work.
A physician friend recently reminded me of the difference between seeking excellence and perfectionism. She said that excellence is the insight that you will never know or be completely perfect but in the humble state of hope you push toward a goal that will never be achieved and the walk becomes a prayer. Perfectionism is the disease that we pursue a goal from a sense of failure, or competition not realizing that it cannot be achieved by any of us and this walk is haunted with angst.
A gift to you, time knowing that we all wish we could do more and be more and simply will not get it all done.
“Walk humbly before God”.