Pope Benedict XVI is quoted as saying, “The world offers you comfort. But you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness.”
The pandemic has increased our options for comfort these days. And many of us are doing all we can to seek comfort and avoid pain and discomfort. The circumstances in our current lives are ever-changing, overwhelming, and hard. It is so tempting to just move into survival mode, doing the bare minimum we can and then spending any free time we can find passively escaping all the hard. But a life in survival mode, filled with comforts and passively checking out of our reality leaves us feeling empty and unfulfilled.
Rest is good and vital for a meaningful, productive life. But it’s also important to go out and contribute to the world in a meaningful way. This episode will help you develop new rhythms and patterns of rest, productivity, and fun. You’ll learn how to reflect and discover if you need more rest or if what you really need is more meaningful action toward your goals and dreams.
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Links and Resources from this Episode
Episode 29: The Pursuit of Peak Flow Instead of Junk Flow
How to tell the difference between laziness and resting
More ideas to help you move from languishing to flourishing at www.WorkingMomsBalance.com
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