As I approached today’s post, I originally thought, “I got nothin'”…
But if you follow me on twitter (and if you don’t, you’re missing out on things like my favorite juice and my commentary on the Oscars, so you should. I’m @emily_gallimore.), you know that I sometimes share links to meaningful posts or articles from others.
While I don’t usually share those in this space, there were a few posts this week that I found so gripping and compelling, that I couldn’t help but mention them here…
1) why i stopped feeling guilty about stupid things by Emily P. Freeman
I spend far too much energy feeling guilty over things that just plain don’t matter in the scheme of eternity, and I struggle with owning the choices I make to spend time doing one thing over another. I still can’t really put into words how much this post spoke truth into my heart regarding both.
2) Part 1: I Met Jesus in the Sistine Chapel by Stephanie May
Stephanie was part of the team I served with in Guatemala last month. She has a beautiful heart and a powerful story. This is one small part of that story and will leave you wanting to hear more. And while you’re at it, check out the related story behind her blog’s title.
3) Perfect is a Poison by Jon Acuff
If you struggle with perfectionism as I do, this short post is so true and such a great reminder: “Done is better than perfect.”
Have you read anything worth sharing this week?