This year my resolution is simple.
I want to love people more than I love my comfort zone.
You’re right, it’s not actually simple. It requires me to step out in the face of discomfort and embrace the awkward moments.
You know what I’m talking about.
Those moments when you get an itch to take action in a way that feels completely out of the box. You may appear crazy, but I guess . . . who cares if you look crazy?
As I get older, each year has brought an increased revelation of the fragility of life. People have told me, all my life, that time seems to go faster with each season.
Life is too short to not take the risk of feeling awkward.
And people are worth more than time and energy combined. They are precious.
The world is full of diamonds in the rough.
We can’t reach them all, I know. But we can start by being faithful with the ones we have the pleasure of knowing. Even if it’s only for a blip on the radar of our lives. That blip matters.
Just by loving them more than your comfort zone.
Maybe your love will heal some of their brokenness.