"This life is not right." Amen to that. Quite often abbreviated prayers back expanded workweeks. Or we give more face time to shallow television programs than to our deepest relationships. There's also the busy-mean-fulfilled mentality that can leave a person (and his wallet) empty.
Indeed, something is not right, and we know it.
New feedback from interviews with a cross-section of one thousand people confirms that many of us feel our lives are misguided and overly stressful, lacking what really counts.
But what are we going to do about it?
Looking to Jesus as the standard for living, Simple Life is a gentle yet compelling fix for anyone whose current schedule reflects the opposite of what they know it should. Organizing life into four areas (Time, Relationships, Money, and God), authors Thom and Art Rainer show how four goals (Clarity, Movement, Alignment, and Focus) will spark an existence that is more spiritual and less harried, rich in experiences with family and friends rather than nagging to-do lists or late nights at the office.
Look your reality in the eye, and don't be afraid to change it. Let the simple life revolution begin.