Quite often we find ourselves in dead ends. Practical dead ends in our work, psychological dead ends in our environment, economical dead ends and so on.
The more the dead ends, the more difficult our lives become every day. And these dead ends, this work without results, is covered and removed by a revitalization of our minds, a new wind that helps us get away from the past and look for a new future.
It’s a practical revitalization and not a theoretical one. Revitalization in our ideas, replenishment of our energy, refreshment and renewal of our interests, our relationships, our goals and our motivations. Nature itself teaches that everything needs to be renewed. From the cells of our body that are renewed daily as we live to the trees and animals, everything is renewed, everything changes every day, even when we cannot observe the change.
Renewal is synonymous with life, movement, search and new things. A life of faith invites us to this renewal. Not to repetition, but to renewal. Not to habit, but to inventiveness and innovation. Non-renewal means dead ends, it means death. And this must be avoided with all our might, no matter the sacrifices.