routine

Routines can be boring.  They’re by nature repetitive & can get VERY dull.  When i was growing up, we used to have a trampoline & i would practice my trampoline routines (like a gymnastics routine) to where i had like 3-4 routines i could do whenever we had guests.  I was kind of proud of these routines bc some of them were kind of tough.  What i discovered was that when i would practice the routines, i stayed sharp & wouldn’t make mistakes.  When i wouldn’t do them for a day or two, or even a week, my routines would get sloppy & sometimes i even hurt myself.

I find that the lessons i learned from practicing trampoline routines stay w me even now when i’m an adult.  My daily performance is intricately connected to my daily routines.  Furthermore, my daily routines are an integral part of the success or failure of my future.  What i practice today, is what i’ll be ready for tomorrow. 

i’m trying to get better w my routines – especially w my kids.  My personal routines include going to bed at a reasonable hour so i can get up early, have some solitude & God time so that i can go into each day w some Divine.  Utlimately, i find that every day needs the Divine & routine can help increase my awareness of God’s involvement in my daily living.  How are your routines?

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