We all have things in life we'd like to do, experiences we want to have, places to see, skills to learn, and horizons to behold. But there comes a time in life when it hits you: "I'm not going to be able to do all of that." How does it feel to realize that there are experiences and accomplishments beyond your scope, that may always be beyond your scope? Not cool. And, to be honest, realities like that have bummed me out in the past. But maybe I wasn't seeing things clearly in Christ. Maybe the constant desire to go wider, to get more, is a swing in a miss to life's truest treasures. Perhaps there is more value in deeper, more accomplishment in strengthening where you stand, not where you hope to walk tomorrow.
- Why do we often value or lives on how for we can widen out our reach
- Why are new horizons and bucket lists and new skills often gauges of success
- How do we deal with the truth: you'll never be able to do all that stuff!
- Why is a study of Deeper needed in the wake of that disappointment.
- How can the pursuit of Depth First lead you to a better life