Do you ever feel stuck, dry of joy, just going through the motions of mundane life, day after day, wondering when the cycle will ever end?
Sometimes I do too.
Last week, I got the chance to write for my college’s student life blog. As much as the post applies directly to Lumerit students — (Lumerit is an accelerated distance learning program for people pursuing a college degree) — I’ve been learning a lot about what contentment means.
Not just as a student, no — as a person, a Christian, a girl trying to make her way in the world.
Here’s an excerpt from the post, and a peep into my current musings on the subject:
And slowly, slowly, through the ruts, the challenges, the pain, the stress – I’m learning that contentment starts in the little moments. That if I’m depending on my next achievement to make me content, I’m missing what contentment is: joy right where I am.
Want to read more about finding joy and contentment in whatever circumstances we face? Read it on the Unbound Blog here.