There are very few things that matter in life.

There are very few things that matter in life.

Sometimes it seems like it is hard to figure out what to do with life, what direction to go. Perhaps it is possible to make that easier by just stepping back and taking a look at life as a whole. Maybe that is hard for you to do on your own, but talking to someone who is older can change that around quickly.

When you hear someone talking about their ENTIRE existence, and how they know there may not be many years left for them, it can be a real eye opener. They went to school, got in some fights, got married, worked, had kids, retired, and are planning for the next few years, knowing death could come upon them, and more certainly those they love who are even older... it's just odd.

Life goes by too quickly to just float through it. Even a regular day contains the ability to change into something special. Don't waste them.

India Bound

I can never quite remember what I type into here.

We fly out for India July 16th. No return tickets, estimated 1 year abroad. Awesome.

Tiffany has planned pretty much the entire first month and a half. I did some, but she really deserves all the credit. We will then serve in Pune with a church we found through our current church Sanctuary Columbus Church.

Keeping a blog at: ReroutedJourney.com

Currently I am sitting in Caribou Coffee, Where Tiffany works. She was supposed to work a 3 hour shift today and I was going to join and just do some work until she got off. She got a call this morning and said yes to coming in around 9. I came anyway and have been sitting here since 9:30am. It has been nice to have such focus for an extended time in a different environment though.

I really hope this traveling thing can continue past 1 year though. I am looking at Thailand next. Ultimately thought it is wherever God leads us.

It really is encouraging to see what life can be if you are not tied down to a job and a house. So many possibilities. And of course with God, anything is possible.