Friday, October 23, 2009

Rungs on a Ladder

I discovered this beautiful, thought-provoking post early this morning, as I pondered the day which stretched out before me. I prayerfully considered how to prioritize my impossibly long to-do list, knowing that I cannot fit all I would like into the next 24 hours. How do I choose? Where do I start? What do I leave undone??


"Our choices add up.

Habits into hours, decisions into days, lists into a life.

The way in which we live our moments, our choices for the gift of the next 24 hours, are rungs on a ladder. The rungs take us somewhere. These moments are rungs scaling each and every day . . . making a life."


To explore these thoughts with gifted writer, Ann Voskamp, climb to the next rung -- here.

7 comments:

Noel said...
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Michelle (She Looketh Well) said...

Hi Elizabeth, I love that post you are referring to. I have printed it up twice in the last few weeks. I just don't want to put it away. I know there is something there for me, so I wait on the Lord.

Thanks for putting it in my face again ;-)

Rebecca's Refining said...

I love the thought you chose to quote from the post you referred to. I printed the post off to mark and better meditate on its content. I definately want to share some thoughts with my children tonight at family devotions. I think I needed that today....thanks! Love you!

Monica said...

Thank you for sharing that link!

Donna G. said...

When you mentioned your blog on my blog, I was thinking you haven't written much later. So I came here to check. Oh my goodness! I've missed a lot! Somehow your blog disappeared from my blog reader. I wonder what else I'm missing? (Btw, you're back on my reader.)

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Thanks for sharing with us today! Prioritizing is something I'm working on.

God Bless,
Jackie

Davene said...

Thank you for sharing this! My thoughts have been swirling in this direction, too. I pray, "God, I know You've given me enough time to do what You have called me to do. But WHAT are Your expectations for me? What is Your call? What can I let go? What needs pushed out of the schedule to make room for what's truly important?"

Every day, I feel overwhelmed. Does it really have to be that way?

Anyway, thanks... :)

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