In life we all go through many different seasons. In Genesis 8:22 and in Ecclesiastes, we learn there is a time for everything. Time for change, a time for progress, a time for calmness and a time of transition. This is the stage where I find myself and I know many of you have gone through this stage. I personally don’t like this stage because I feel like I have all this energy, but I can’t spend it yet. Yet whether I like it or not this is a necessary period for all of us to go through. I call this season, the hallway season. The hallway is only a path to your next destination, but it is never your destination. Cool things might happen in the hallway, but you won’t stay there.
The hallway comes with its dangers. There are no responsibilities in the hallway. It is a time to catch up with your workmates, or just relax. Nothing significant is established in there. Even if you come up a great idea you won’t stay in the hallway to discover it, you will go to the office. The scary thing about it, is that some of us might end up staying in the there.
Don’t get me wrong hallways are very important. You can’t have a building without them. They take you to the next destination. When you are passing through them, they present you with excitement. The excitement could be good or bad, but it’s excitement none the less.
In proverbs we learn, where there is no vision, the people perish. You can easily perish in this transitional season if you don’t have a destination or vision for your life.