It’s amazing how disconnected I can be in such a “connected” world.
As my wife and I drove through the mountains of northern
past weekend, we couldn’t help the feeling of being disconnected. I’d think of
something to tweet or want to check my email only to find no connection and see
the “Searching” word in my top bar of my phone. After this happens a few times
frustration starts to set in and I tell myself I can try again in a few
minutes. It’s also at this point that I realize how dependent I am on being
connected to meaningless things and how disconnected I am to God. Georgia
I take my phone and set it aside. Instead of having my mind flooded with ideas, updates, and other small dramas. I sit back and connect to God’s beautiful creation. The leaves are turning wonderful colors of orange, red and yellow. The mountains were all around us and went on for as far as I could see. I turn to my wife and see her smile and I smile back. Now, I am truly connected to what matters.
Make time to disconnect from the craziness of this world and connect to the beauty that God has waiting for you. It’s all around us, just look!