in·er·tia /iˈnərSHə/ noun 1. a tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged. ”the bureaucratic inertia of government” synonyms: inactivity, inaction, inertness 2. PHYSICS a property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force. - resistance to change in some other physical property. ”the thermal inertia of the oceans will delay the full rise in temperature for a few decades”
I am feeling this today in a big way.
Progress in the areas of life I care about the most (relationships, creativity, sanctification) is oftentimes stunningly slow, and there are days when it feel like this is bleeding into every area of my life in such a manner that I literally find it difficult to move, much less begin on any project, personal or professional… I feel this especially acutely when I am inside under fluorescent lights while it’s 73º and sunny outside after the longest winter I can remember. Time to call it a day, I think.