I Am Weary

The definition of weary is: exhausted in strength, endurance, vigor, or freshness.

Depending on what website you believe, the word “weary” is mentioned up to 96 times in the Bible. The writers identified a lot with it and so does this writer. Feeling weary is more than being physically or mentally tired. It’s a call for your soul to rest. Without rest, we diminish everything from creativity to burnout. We can even have a lapse in judgment and compromise our integrity.

What is proven if you don’t allow your soul to rest? Constantly pushing in every corner of your world accomplishes nothing. It’s a self sabotaging behavior when we don’t acknowledge what we need. Acknowledging our inner state allows for spiritual awakening and consciousness.

My soul is exhausted and lacks freshness. When I analyze what is making me weary as I have removed the news and toxic relationships from my life, I find that part of my weariness is social media wears me out. It’s an ongoing fight in my spirit. I go between I need to reach someone who needs to hear my words from the divine and I don’t want to get on social media at all.

I’ve decided to take another break. I will continue to blog and my blog will automatically post to the Dealing to Healing Facebook and Twitter pages. This time I will check those accounts and reply to comments and messages. If you are not following on the social media pages, I encourage you to do so due to this may become permanent. If you are not signed up for my blog to come directly to your email then please go to https://dealingtohealing.com/sign-up/ to subscribe.

I appreciate each and every of you. Please know your unwavering love and support is embraced and is the wind beneath my wings that keeps me flying. Thank you!

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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