Friday, November 6, 2015

Being Okay with Okay

I came across an ad in an outdoor clothing catalogue that read: “Better to be an okay trail runner than an awesome channel surfer.”

The ad gets it right. It is better to do something than nothing, and to do it good enough. So...

Better to be an okay bicyclist than not bike.
Better to be an okay writer than not write.
Better to be an okay chef than not cook.
Better to be an okay artist than never paint.
Better to be an okay pianist than never play music.

Better to simply get started than never begin at all.

“Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, each of us is to exercise them accordingly:” Romans 12:6a

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