The world runs on different seasons in order to survive. Spring represents new life and starting over. Summer represents playfulness and joy. Autumn represents transformation. Winter represents decay and dormancy. I think these beautifully represent the changes we often see in our own lives. These changes often challenge us to learn something new about life and the world around us. Sometimes we have dry seasons while at other times we have productive seasons. Our spiritual lives are no different.
Do you ever feel like an imposter? Have you made successful achievements in your life but feel as if someone is going to “find you out”? There’s actually a Psychological term for that!
Imposter Syndrome can be described as having a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud”, despite the individual’s accomplishments.
I get it. We always have something pressing going on and we feel like we’re running out of time. Whether it’s a business meeting, studying for finals, having to stay up all night working on next week’s project, raising a family, or even running your own business, we are always living on the go. We live from day-to-day, constantly running on empty and anticipating our next cup of coffee. I really do get it. Sometimes there are seasons where we are busier than other seasons we are in. But if we want to be our most productive selves, we simply cannot pour from an empty cup.
If you have been keeping up with The Reckless Pursuit, we recently did an episode where we interviewed our friend, Kristofer…
“God’s plan is going to be fine. You are not big enough to mess up God’s plan.” – Tristan Williford
How many times have we struggled with our identity and questioned who we are? I can’t tell you how many times I have debated with God about who I think I am. Heck, I’m even questioning it right now. However, I think these questions are normal to ask as human beings.
Do you ever feel like life keeps knocking you down, again and again with no chance of looking up? If you are a human being, you know this happens all throughout life. If you are a Christian, then you feel this weight even stronger.
This week marks the date of the 25th episode of our podcast, The Reckless Pursuit.
So much has changed since we started back in February of this year. When this year started, Cody and I had goals for this year. You know, the usual, “get fit”, “be financially stable”, “travel more” etc, but we weren’t super specific. Last Fall, we had started