The only problem with getting into a groove is that it can denigrate into a rut.
In the rut, their are few surprises and even fewer questions. Change comes at a glacial place, and the unchecked rituals are nearly unmovable.
Comfort reigns in the rut. Interruption is the needed revolution.
Questions challenge the comfort, and hopefully they lead to confusion. Confusion isn’t fun, not at first. It isn’t easy, but it’s necessary. True interruption demands change, improvement, increase, expanse, shift. It creates a gap that gifts us with two possibilities: retreat or risk.
Risk leaps that gap and while we’re in the air, we discover wonder. Wonder is the exhilaration of deeper dependence on the God Who Sees Everything (even when we don’t).