Time out

You may have noticed that my blog posts have been somewhat infrequent over the last week or two. I have a lot happening in my life currently which has consumed my time, focus and energy, meaning no resources are left for writing blog posts. This has been bothering me, I feel that I made a commitment (to myself, at least) to post every 2 — 3 days and am failing to meet that commitment.

However, I read an interesting post this morning from Tim Challies about the tendency towards communication idolatry. The whole article is worth reading and pondering, but particularly relevant to me is the final paragraph about the quality of our communication. This encouraged me to be honest with myself and see that I am showing signs of making my blog an idol by expecting myself to communicate regularly despite having nothing worthwhile to say right at the moment.

Therefore, I hope you will continue to read posts when they do appear, while not expecting much output from me over the next two weeks.

By the way, thanks for reading my rambling thoughts!

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