Far from being free, Joe lives in the prison called “settling for.” Consequently, he lives a boring, soul-deadening existence. Long ago he deserted himself when he aborted his desires and dreams. Now Joe isn’t where he wants to be, doing what he wants to do. Not surprisingly, in the process of sacrificing his will, Joe lost any zest for life. Today, he’s hollow inside, a mere shell. He’s resigned to living a life that in no way resembles his true self . . . continue reading
A sagging spirit or depression, like all discomfort, can be a signal alerting us that change is necessary. We all know the annoyance of walking around with a bothersome pebble in our shoe. It isn’t long before the unrelenting irritation forces us to remove it.
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