Days full of wholeness, not just busyness

Let God determine your list of priorities.

It was the busiest time of year. Meeting fellow administrators and wives at the third or fourth school activity that weekend (spread over two campuses miles apart), we smiled understandingly at each other. I found myself blurting out, "It's all one big blur, isn't it!" Immediately, however, I heard these words come clearly to my thought: "No, it's one big integrated whole."

I liked the thought of "integrated whole." I felt that this idea came to me from God, the source of all intelligence. The very word integrated speaks to me of God's nature, of unity, wholeness. Without division in it, the day that belings to God can only unfold harmony. It's a pressureless, natural flow from one good activity to another that lifts us above the sense of busyness and rests us in the unlabored action of God. We see the fruit of His doing unfolding moment by moment.

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