Time is your most precious commodity. Like fruit it grows, ripens and then fades away.
Inactivity and procrastination is dangerous territory and can create a whole host of problems. Inactivity is a dream stealer. Everyone, without exception, is made and wired to maximise their time using their God-given gifts and talents at the right time and in the correct season. When that doesn’t happen, boredom moves into where purpose once lived.
Negative temptations are more easily ignored when occupied and on a mission. When inactive they seem more appealing as a cure for boredom and it is tempting to chase things which aren’t good for you.
Often the thing you need to do to achieve the thing in your heart is far from appealing. There will be things that are much more tempting to use your time but are they really worth the distraction?
Stopping and resting a while is a helpful strategy until we feel stronger and better able to face things. Permanent avoidance though is a very different thing and is never going to produce a good outcome. Boredom and procrastination are both cured by positive mo