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Alignments:recalibrating priorities

I need to slow down…
How do I keep all the plates spinning? It just keeps on coming: family expectations, work challenges, simply keeping up with the daily issues of life. I don’t have time to read or reflect anymore. I finally went on a vacation last week, but worked half the time. Everyday is a race, and some days I think I am winning in one part of the race only to realize that I totally washed out somewhere else. For example, how can I travel like I need to and still meet family needs? Is there a way to settle into the pace of a marathon, instead of living at the speed of a sprint? I could do this when I was young and single, but…

I need to re-align my family priorities…
Somewhere along the way I began giving too much to my work and not enough to my family. My kids are at the age that if I don’t make some kind of realignment now I think I will forever regret it. My career is going fine and I know my company is not going to initiate a shift for my benefit. But I know in my gut I must do something. But what exactly should I do and how do I go about it?

I need to get my faith and work more tightly harnessed…
My faith and my work seem to never be in step. I want meaning and fulfillment in both worlds. However, often those two seem like arch enemies or at least secret competitors. I feel alone in my struggle. I can’t talk to my boss, my pastor, my spouse, or even friends about it. They just can’t identify with the specifics of my world. At times I feel schizophrenic at worst and just plain torn at best. It has to be possible to get both a kingdom and commercial appetite into the same skin. If only I could find someone who really understands and appreciates both the business side of life and the ministry side of life to process with…