Jesus put relationships first. He performed His first miracle at a party in order to care for the bride and groom. We see Him dining and hanging out with people and caring for their hearts. He was always about the people and helping them to have a relationship with God.
So, then, clutter in our lives shows itself in confusion, noise, disorder; a jumble of too many activities and too much stuff filling our lives and covering us over.
I have always liked this song by Cindy Morgan. It talks of finding that the moments of our lives are what hold the precious, often overlooked details that make up a well lived life.
I remember buying an audio course on time management and then being too busy to listen to it!! What is wrong with that picture? If we do not decide what to do with our days it will be decided for us. The days will fly by the years become a blur if we do not take control of the time God gives us.
Have you set goals for where will you be in 5 years? What will you be doing? Why? Do you have a plan for your life? What are your options? What do you need to prepare?
The Industrial Revolution changed the way we do daily life. More and more “conveniences” made it possible to have more time. We filled that “free” time, packing it full until we became slaves to endless opportunities and to do lists.