When I was young I couldn't wait to get to high school. Once there I couldn’t wait to get to college. Then I was anxious to graduate and start my career. Some of us live our lives in constant anticipation of what’s next. I know I did. Funny thing is that in 20 years these will be the “good ol’ days”. It seems as if it’s only after we’ve entered the next season of our lives that we realize just how good the last season was. The “grass being greener” syndrome can leave you feeling empty and incapable of satisfaction. I made a choice to appreciate where God has me and to do everything for His glory for however long I’m there. When it is time to close a chapter of my life I can move on in peace. I decided to enjoy my life along the way.
To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven: