I just finished the audiobook of Kevin DeYoung’s Crazy Busy.

One morning, a few days ago, I couldn’t sleep, and about 4 in the morning I went on a bike ride and started listening on my headphones as I rode along.

It was funny, because I got around to the part of the book where DeYoung was talking about that we weren’t designed to do all things all the time – that we’re built for (at least) eight hours a day to be asleep – right as I was clearly avoiding that important part of my day.

It was comforting to remember, at that moment, that my worries sometimes are me just taking on too many things; not all things are meant to be within my sphere of interest.