There are those who cross the line of “quiet” with the urgency to vent, maybe rant and in some cases rage.
Their consideration for your “quiet space ” is held captive by their need to be heard and to be seen because of the desperation of their heart’s cry.
I wonder though…
Could it be due to the invasion of someone else’s assumption and presumption upon their own “quiet”?
If that be the case, how do we help them as well as ourselves in carving out boundaries for the sanity of mind and the peace of heart?
Let us know our limitations by creating and implementing a “quiet place” where we can take deep breaths and rest.
Let us know how we can be and become our best selves in “quiet moments” where everyone can be inspired and inspire.
Let us know how we can encourage respect for “quiet time“ where we can strengthen without feeling obligated or guilty.
Let us know how we can be transparent in our faith and love of what we have learned in the “quiet” so others will desire the same.
Let us know how…