Americans are notoriously busy people, consumed by checking off the next thing on the list.
This singular focus on productivity was born in the 1920s. World War I had just ended, giving way to the Spanish flu.
100 years later, we are stuck in the same, all-consuming cycle.
The next 10 years needs a better version of you; a more powerful version, spiritual, Godly, version.
If the next decade requires a tougher, stronger, more patient version of you, what are you going to do to get there?
We can try to resuscitate something that is dead, or embrace something new.
Or, better yet, what if we embraced something old?