Last week I left the best job I’ve ever had.
For over a year now, I felt a tension that just wouldn’t go away. Sometimes it was better than others, but it was always there. My pastor preached about how we’re all juggling balls. Most of us are juggling too many. And we’d better know which ones are made of glass. Some will bounce if you drop them. Some won’t.
I believe this was the source of the tension—juggling too many balls. Fortunately, none had dropped. But it was only a matter of time. Continue reading