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Elizabeth Culmer, only a *little* bit crazy...
08 January 2018 @ 09:56 am
Last year my church decided to give each month a theme that would inform sermons and various adult RE programs. This year, taking that a bit further, there is now a set of "possible ponderings" included in the order of service to give people some take-home activities.

This month's theme is intention, and the "ponderings" are as follows:

January 7-13: What dictates your days? Your to-do list or your intentionality? Do you begin by asking, "What do I have to get done?" or "What do I want this day to be about?"

January 14-20: How are you doing at the work of intentional authenticity? Are you succeeding at being the same person on the outside as you are on the inside?

January 21-27: Are you serving a purpose or living a lifestyle?

January 28-February 3: Are you too intentional? Is it time to put down all the "doing" and pay a bit more attention to "being"? Has your long list of intentions left you feeling exhausted and even lost?

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I do use to-do lists to organize my days...Collapse )

So those are some of my thoughts on to-do lists and intentionality. *wry*

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Elizabeth Culmer, only a *little* bit crazy...
08 January 2018 @ 11:23 pm
bleh  
I wrote four three-sentence ficlets today, and was going to knock off the fifth and final one, but it unexpectedly wants to be a full-length fairy tale. *headdesk* So I have shelved that for tomorrow and will try to think of a proper plot while I am falling asleep tonight.

(Other things I did: finished my preliminary triage of a cardboard box of miscellaneous stuff. I now know what's in there! ...I still have no idea what to do with most of it, but at least I know what it is.

Also I recycled a quarter of the stuff because if I haven't looked at it for over ten years, clearly I won't miss it. I will probably end up recycling another batch later on, but I want to look at those papers more closely first.)

And now to bed, because it's late and I'm tired.

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