Tuesday, July 27, 2010
We know the importance of focus.
What teenager hasn’t heard their parent remind them to focus on school, or driving.
What employee doesn’t know that focusing on their job is essential for continued employment.
Yet, focus often eludes us.
It eludes us as we drive—leading to major accidents.
It eludes us as we work. We spend time talking. Gossiping. Texting. Even Facebooking.
It eludes us as we pray. We get distracted. We find ourselves thinking about important things and stupid things.
Why the lack of focus? Why can’t we be single-minded?
No magical answers.
Just random, unfocused thoughts.