No rhythm in a vacuum

By Dave Henning / May 1, 2012

After discussing the establishment of predictable rhythms in physical exercise and work, author Bob Merritt (When Life’s Not Working) offers this caveat: rhythms do not exist in a vacuum.  He states:  “Nobody has the freedom to establish their own rhythm to the neglect of others who work with and around them.  . . . . That’s life.”

Certainly that reasoning is applicable to our relationships with immediate family and friends as well as non-work aspects of your life.  When you have a predictable rhythm to your life and other  significant people also have established their own rhythms, that creates and promotes harmony and efficiency, enabling you to purposefully revision your ministry calling.

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