All in Personal
In reality though, college is just equipping me for life and a learning/launching ground for whatever future is ahead of me.
So I'm sitting in one of my favorite coffee shops eating the best waffle ever and trying not to get blueberry sauce on my computer.
We are designed, image-bearers of Jesus Christ who often forget what we were created for.
The other day some friends and I were sitting around chatting about what makes good relationships. Sometimes it seems to go without saying, but some aspects are easy to exclude or just forget about.
I have so many passions today I didn't have four years ago simply because I tried new things I wasn't necessarily inspired by.
The California sun was beating down on me, the rocky mountain in front of me looked monumental, and we'd already climbed hundreds, thousands?, of feet on what felt like a straight UPWARDS trail.
The other day I had an epiphany. This is a big deal because often I just re-learn something or see something a different way. When an epiphany strikes -- watch out guys. Things are getting good.
The problem is, reality hasn't hit me yet. I still think I can change the world. And I still try to.
Obviously career goals are on my mind right now because I just had a meeting about my future. Did you get that? MY FUTURE.
Ironically, I don't consider myself a perfectionist, just a creative always striving for more.
Last night I went to bed. I didn't even dream about meeting success this morning.
The amazing thing about God is he can be found wherever we are. A lot of times people talk about God being a pursuing God and how we want him to pursue us…and this is true. But also, there is a time when we are the ones who need to pursue God back.
I recently read John Mark Comer's book "Garden City" and man did it shatter my mentality of work and rest in the best way possible.