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Tuesday, May 18, 2010


Rhythm is important to what we do. I find that if I sit down to write this blog or to work through a sermon, it matters what time of day I do it. It matters what I've done before and what I'm doing afterward. The act of creating is a rhythmic thing. It involves my mood and my thoughts and my body.

Think about your mood when you write the best sermons. What puts you in that mood? What time of day do you usually feel that way?

Think about your thoughts when you do your best work. What leads your thoughts that way?

Think about your body and your location when you work well. Do you need silence? Do you thrive on being outside?

What is the rhythm of your work?

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