Can you name areas of negative stillness?

Is standing still or being non-productive negative?

One of the best lessons thus far is when ( 09/27/18) God revealed to me areas NOT to be/become still.

Negative Stillness is people or circumstances that are:

  • Still Broke
  • Still Borrowing
  • Still Complaining about the same stuff
  • Still Hating
  • Still Living in denial
  • Still Insecure
  • Still Cheating
  • Still Stuck on stupid
  • Still Selfish
  • Still a Pain in the or my butt
  • Still Doing the same thing/s expecting something different (insanity)

If a person or circumstance is not moving, growing, or striving, then it means that person or circumstance is stagnated. Stagnation is not moving, growing, or striving for more, or betterment. It is standing still, and that type of stillness is negative and not productive.

stag·nant

/’stagnent/ adjective

  1. (of a body of water or the atmosphere of a confined space) having no current or flow and often having an unpleasant smell as a consequence.

“a stagnant ditch”

synonyms: still, motionless, immobile, inert, lifeless, dead, standing, slack, static, stationary; more

  • showing no activity; dull and sluggish.

“a stagnant ecnonmy”

synonyms: inactive, sluggish, slow, slow-moving, lethargic, static, flat, depressed, quiet, dull, declining, moribund, dying, dead, dormant, stagnating

A little note from J. Javelle:

Grace P.O.U.R. wants this to be a safe place for you to let your feelings out and gain the support you may want and need.

I started with me, I have exposed some of my deepest journal entries in my Be Still Moments for the whole world to see, all I ask of you is that you leave a comment, share your thoughts and give your feedback (Positivi-tea only)!

I’ve done the hard part, so I am inviting you to pour a little tea with me. I promise you by doing so you’ll, in turn, pour yourself a little grace!

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