I confess that I like doing things the safe way, the way I know. Things that disrupt my normal schedule have a tendency to freak me out….or rather had. Over the past couple years I have learned to enjoy the unknown. While I’m not totally at ease with it, I still find it to be interesting, and more exciting than simply routine on a daily basis.
Routine can be good and we all have to have it to a degree, but it can completely stifle us to where we forget what is important and we forget who we are. We become robotic people simply going through the motions.
We can’t let the routine stuff and the “little” stuff of life to get us down or get us blind-folded into believing there is nothing more to life than our four walls and our own home. Our home is a great place, but we aren’t meant to simply live inside our four walls and make our castles and raise our children without leaving the house.
We were meant to lead, to create, to inspire, to help, to serve, and to build. And while some of that can go on in our own home, we are meant to take those things into the world.