Do you ever wonder if someone has tried to invent a machine that shoots caffeine safely into your veins so you could bypass the drinking part and not have to pee 24 hours a day? Or maybe that's supposed to be your brilliant idea, but you just can't find the time to unleash your inner scientist?
Do you ever wish you could split yourself in two for a day? One of you would have all the fun. The other would go to the gym, get all the laundry done and tackle the long list of menial tasks before you that day?
Do you ever get so overloaded that your voice, mind and heart just shuts down?
Or is it just me? Am I totally crazy? And all alone in this dark, cold world? *cue violins*
I'm feeling a little cray cray lately!While my daily schedule is totally under control these days, my mind feels like it's spinning out of control. Today, I'm wondering what sane person decides to tackle a series on embracing grace so quickly after taking an entire year off.
I think the answer lies within the question, because sane people don't decide these things on a whim. It's just insane, ahem, people that decide to do these things without planning. *pointing a big foam thumb at me right now*
Today, I am coming up from all the insanity in my head to tell you (and me) one thing. Write it down on a piece of paper and keep it with you today. I'm writing it down too.
Your story mattersYour voice matters. I wish I could shout that from the rooftops today, to you and to me. I want to remind you that YOU MATTER. And it's time for you to speak some truth into your life and those around you today.
You don't have to start a blog. You don't need to write a book. You don't need to become a public speaker. You don't need ANY of those things to have a voice. Find your audience. Seek for your people. Love your people. Hug your people. And speak truth. Use your voice well.