Don’t plan it all. Let life surprise you a little. (Julia Alvarez, novelist and essayist)
Having a plan is usually a good thing as we move forward in work or study. Strict adherence to a detailed strategy, however, may cause us to miss the joy and excitement of occasional spontaneity. Interrupting a crowded, detailed schedule can provide a moment for rest and reflection as well as a change-of-pace that may be really good for our morale and well-being.
We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps. (Proverbs 16:9)