how? or why?

You're going to spend an immeasurable amount of time in your life learning how to survive.

We assume this is a good thing - after all, bare bones... we all need to survive.

In the workplace, surviving is called "just clocking in" or "living paycheck to paycheck."

In households, it's felt when we concentrate on the next chore in front of us.

You're not dead... you're just busy.

You're asking the question "How?" on a regular basis.

Tracking so far?

What you may not spend as much time on in your life (at least, comparatively) is asking how to thrive beyond mere survival. 

We assume this is a luxury thing - after all, bare bones... we all need to survive - and maybe "one day" we'll thrive.

In the workplace, thriving is called "being career minded" or "considering the big picture."

In households, it's felt when we concentrate on the next person in front of us.

You're not dead... you're quite alive.

You're asking the question "Why?" on a regular basis.

Ready for the real takeaway?

You may want to write this down.

If you have your "why" to live, you can face down almost any "how."

Unfortunately, the opposite is not true.
And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. (Colossians 3:17)

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