What will I do? The word do is a word of action. It doesn’t allow me to sit on my duff; I need to get started. But how do I start? Sometimes preparation is part of what I will do. The preparation may include research, communication, and study. I will never learn everything so that must not stop me from what I will do. I will learn by doing. And I will do things better over time. Additionally, what I will do impacts what I won’t do. I don’t have time to do everything. So when I begin to do a new thing, I need to stop doing an old thing – or at least reduce the amount of time I do it. True, sometimes I do nothing, but maybe I need to reduce the amount of time that I do nothing.
Paul, a Jewish author of Biblical texts, says that God has prepared good works for me to do. Paul clearly states that there are things specially selected for me to do. What I should do is prepared for me, like an enticing meal. But the question remains. What will I do?