Catholic Husband

Love / Lead / Serve

I Know What to Do

I know what I need to do. I know what habits and activities leave me feeling rejuvenated, and which leave me feeling sluggish. Waking up on time and taking those precious pre-dawn hours for myself always leaves me ready to serve my family. Drinking water and fueling my body with the right foods prepares me to tackle the challenges of the day. If I know what I need to do, why don’t I do it?

After more than a decade of trial and error, I finally have a combination of treatments that soothes my migraines and gets me back to life. So, when I wake up feeling the pain, why do I delay my treatment? I don’t have to feel bad all day long. I can be back to myself within two hours, if I make the right choice.

A fruitful spiritual life comes in seasons. There are times of abundance, and times of dryness. I know the steps to move me beyond feeling drained, I just need to shake up the habit.

Every time I face boredom or laziness, I know the solution. I know the steps to take to improve my physical health, and I know the steps to take to improve my spiritual health. I just need to be brave enough to take the first step, which is always the hardest.