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Busyness and Good Work

I’m thinking today about how busyness can become a substitute for good work. If we are wired for good work – and I believe we are – but aren’t doing it, then busyness is a way of tricking our souls into thinking everything is alright. But everything isn’t alright. If the guitar is out of tune, it doesn’t do much good to play louder. I want to explore in more detail in the chapter on work in the Slow Church book…and figure out what it means in my own life.

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