Then I turned to consider wisdom, madness, and folly, for what will the man be like who comes after the king? He will do what has already been done. And I realized that there is an advantage to wisdom over folly, like the advantage of light over darkness. The wise man has eyes in his head, but the fool walks in darkness. (Ecclesiastes 2:13-14)
Such important words. We need to refuse to get stuck. Even when things are the same and seem futile, we don’t need to get stuck. We can consider another perspective, use another filter, apply wisdom. We can realize the significance (or insignificance) of something within a broader context.
Today is “then.” Today is a time for turning and realizing. Don’t get stuck in wondering if you’re ready. Consider wisdom and walk with light.