Y’all, it’s been so nuts I forgot to run the tickler last week for part 4 of the book club I’m leading over at God-sized Dreams this spring.
If you missed last week’s on how to understand the role of your time and your decisions in the overwhelming busy you feel, then hop over here to catch up.
Here’s an excerpt from this week’s final installment the spring book club of Breaking Busy:
The lie of shame. Shame drives us into a never-ending cycle of trying to fix ourselves, to prove to the world and ourselves that we are not inherently flawed, that we have value.
The lie of not enough. Every day the Enemy lies to people, to tell you you’re not good enough, trying to distract them from their calling.
The lie of unworthiness. When we live life feeling unworthy, we wonder if we will ever be enough – smart enough, creative enough, thin enough, rich enough, spiritual enough. We stay stuck in cycles of busyness trying to please others to gain assurance and acceptance.
I hope you’ll continue reading how to break busy over at God-sized Dreams.