In the liturgical calendar of the church, we are in the season of Epiphany: the weeks after Christmas in which the church celebrates the Light of Christ.
I appreciate the seasonal directive of the liturgic year, because it always circles my heart back around to Jesus - his birth, ministry, passion, death, resurrection, and transfiguration, and helps me stay connected to the life of the church universal.
In our personal lives, we have no such calendar dictating our seasons. The flow of circumstances, emotions and relationships is anything but predictable. However, weather personally, professionally, as a family or community - we are always in a season. Carve out time this week to take a pulse of awareness. What season are you in? Satisfaction, transition, illumination? Are you a season of growth or plateau? Discomfort, contentment, struggle, health, complacency, bliss?
Each new year brings about an expectancy for what is to come. Where are you now and where are you going? How do you balance your current circumstances with your desired choices? Share an intention with me about the seasons of your family, work, school, play, heart, health, faith, life…