Stagnancy is sometimes a part of the fallen human experience.
I can’t move. I can’t do this. I don’t want to do this. That is impossible.
Sounds like stagnancy to me.
Stagnancy isn’t just old people problems, believe me young people are in amidst of a stagnancy plague.
It is like watching a stepped on and killed worm squirm to death. Eventually he becomes motionless and stop wiggling.
Stagnancy is comparable to death and dying.
We can often feel when we are stagnant, unmotivated, or unhappy.
So, how should we deal with the challenge of stagnancy?
Keep going! Go!
Be aligned with God, your purpose, callings, and gifts but know that you must start someday.
Being alive and stagnant is a miserable life.
In 2020 I laugh in the face of stagnancy, and I am getting my fight, stamina, and endurance for this race back! The question is: Are you committed to doing the same in your life?