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Getting Out There

I am a pastor (among other things). Quite often, I do not feel pastorly. Today is one of those days. I am not up to the challenges, or the level of concern I need to have for the rest of the world. Or really even for myself. I am overwhelmed. In times like this, I generally find that the only solution is getting out there and doing my thing. I must get immersed in the lives of others, care about the problems of other people. The solution ends up being the very thing I least want to do. After all, what is the alternative?

What do you do on days when you don’t feel you can rise to the challenges in front of you?

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