Too BUSY to Think: What We Distract Ourselves From and Why

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014

Dr. Janelle Aijian discusses the underlying causes of boredom and anxiety. She explains that these distractions arise from the belief that something other than God is essential to our happiness and fulfillment. Dr. Aijian examines the broken nature of humanity and urges her audience to respond by examining themselves when next they feel bored, anxious, or distracted.

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    by Janelle Aijian

    27:57 — March 6, 2014

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