From the Editor's Computer
I heard a really neat illustration not that long ago. In reference to struggling church congregations, it was suggested that they need to learn to breathe water.
This concept could be applied to any situation. Instead of feeling like we’re drowning in work, obligations, worries, concerns, troubles, stress, responsibilities, committees, have-tos and so on, we need to learn to breathe water.
This means that we need to look at life from a different perspective, approach our responsibilities in a different fashion, start looking at our have-tos and decide what we want to do, and stop dwelling on what we can’t change in our lives.
When you think about this concept, most of us have experience with water breathing in one or more aspects of our lives already. What we need to do is apply the concept to all areas of our lives.