My soon-to-be New Years Resolution is to give up multi-tasking. I am going to work when I work, play when I play, rest when I rest and blog when I blog and endeavor to never mix them together into a gray mass of activity. I am hopeful for a year of increased clarity, vibrancy and balance while maintaining all the zeal and vigor for Christ I can muster (the Spirit helping me of course).
The key words here are "endeavor" and "hopeful".
So, toward that end I will refrain from blogging until January 3. Call it a Blog Sabbath. I am enjoying a week of vacation with the family, winding down from a wonderful but exhausting Christmas Eve and Day celebration. Going to squeeze in two more days of skiing also.
Hope to "see" you all in 2006.
In the meantime, enjoy this quote from Martin Luther courtesy of E-Prism webzine of ESA
Life does not consist in piety, but in striving to become devout; not in health, but in becoming healthy — as a whole, not in being, but in becoming. Not passivity, but practice. We have still not arrived, but we shall. It is still not done; it has not happened; yet it has been conceived. It has not yet shone upon all, but it has stirred all. We are not yet at home, but we are on the way.
- Martin Luther