Our souls are starving for connection to not just purpose, but real meaning. For many of us, God fits that equation. But it could be people who get involved with charities, people who get involved with movements. Something that’s bigger than ourselves.Steve Rieske
- We often make choices that are not only physically unhealthy but also spiritually unhealthy.
- Although we spend so much of our lives pursuing pleasure, we often find ourselves feeling ultimately unsatisfied.
- Healthy choices that are unfamiliar often seem not only foreign but also repulsive.
- Our souls starve in the setting of loneliness.
- Money, success, and comfort will never be able to feed the hunger in our souls.
- In order to experience the spiritual wellness and wholeness that we crave, we must balance our immediate desires with our long-term desires.
- When it comes to feeding our souls, we cannot rely upon a single rhythm or routine.
- The hunger in our souls will only be satisfied when we make choices that are spiritually healthy.
- Ask yourself, “Are the ways I have been attempting to feed my soul leaving me satisfied or unsatisfied?”
- Consider, “Is there anything I am regularly doing that feels good in the moment but hurts my soul in the long-term?”
- Evaluate the state of your soul honestly with the question, “Do I have a healthy connection to whatever it is that I consider ultimate?”
In This Episode
Stop Chasing Happiness
Positive feelings and emotions are nice, but they shouldn’t be our greatest goal in life. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and counselor Steve Rieske count the cost of a life devoted to pursuing the wrong thing.
Practice A Sabbath
Is it possible that an ancient religious law could be the key to greater peace, purpose, and even productivity? This week, Amy Seiffert and Dr. Tyler Schwanz testify to the transformative power of taking an entire day off every single week.
Choose What Lasts
Why is it so difficult to invest in what ultimately matters the most? Why, as human beings, do we often find ourselves so distracted by those tasks and details that matter the least?