So, I’ve got these young friends who are newly weds and yet they’re like old people at the same time. Ever been around people like that? They’re chronologically young and their thinking is young and they are ‘hip’ and ‘with it’ and all that… I don’t know how to describe it… I think it’s their pace of life. The more I think about this I’m pretty sure that’s what it is. We’ll talk about doing something together and they’ll say sarcastically, “Well let us check our schedule” as if we all think they have a ton of stuff going on. I find that pretty endearing and fascinating in our day and age. Now, of course, they haven’t had kids yet and when they do their life will change. But I hope not tremendously. Here’s what most people do in my generation or younger: We get super busy and then have kids and we still try to cram everything in. Generally it doesn’t work. If I could invite you to step into the life of every ‘broken’ person that comes through my office you would see what I do: Busyness is one of the most negative common denominators in our society. So much so that it is the norm. Think about that… The norm is to be super busy. The norm is to be 'broken'. How will our communities… how will our own children ever know anything different if that’s the norm!?