Week 3 Reflection: Preoccupied

I apologize, this is going to be a short reflection. I simply don’t know what to write about this week, and to be honest, I have way too many other things on my mind.

I’m feeling grateful that a few times a week I’m getting a chance to intentionally think about vocation and calling and purpose and ecclesial transformation. I know that when this workshop ends, I’ll need to turn this type of processing into a semi-regular habit.

I’m feeling stressed looking at my schedule for next week.

I’m feeling hopeful that the education choices I’m making now will pay off in the future.

I’m feeling excited about scheming. I think it will be the beginning of something more concrete.

I’m feeling worried that I sit too long in my feeling and don’t get to any of the doing, and I’m wondering why I find it so difficult for me to do both at the same time.

2 thoughts on “Week 3 Reflection: Preoccupied

  1. Thank you Revalon – your reflection really resonates with me. I hope you keep finding manageable pockets for reflection while being real about having a packed schedule and taking care of you.

  2. Revalon, Obviously I don’t know you well but I have seen a glimpse of your sense of faith and purpose. I want to offer this quote from Isaiah 40:31 “But thy who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and faint.”
    Take your time; God will wait!

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