Oct 27, 2021
Over the past six days, we have been through a key cycle in the creative life of a writer: preparing, planting, watering, pruning, harvesting, and celebrating. This is the cycle of growth we go through again and again as we pursue higher levels of growth.
We live in a workaholic culture that says our value is directly tied to our output. If you want to be valuable, you must constantly produce, right?
That’s an unhealthy way to look at life, and it’s also a great way to get burned out. The book of Genesis tells us that God Himself, after working so hard on the six days of creation, took time to rest.
It’s important to build a day of rest into your weekly schedule. Not only that, but you must rest each day by getting enough sleep, and dare we say, taking a midday nap.
On this episode, you’ll be reminded that it’s vital to create space in your life so you can rest.
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