Recently I have found that I am spending far too much time doing nonsense. Reading nonsense. Saying nonsense. Thinking nonsense.  If I added up the amount of time I spend fake farming (truly a Farm Town addict over here) and perusing the internet for idiocy, it would far outweigh the amount of time I spend in the Bible. And then I wonder why I am confused, exhausted, and burnt out.  It’s not the (somewhat) satisfying feeling of being burnt out from doing something difficult yet necessary.  It’s the feeling of my brain eating too many cheese doodles and being hungry yet too full at the same time.  So rather than add my own din to all the sound and the fury, I am taking a break from all my breaking and getting back to the only advice that can really feed my hungry mind.


One thought on “Breaking

  1. You can definitely see your enthusiasm within the paintings you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers such as you who are not afraid to mention how they believe. All the time follow your heart.

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