Whitespace is a part of design.
The areas containing nothing at all is what might separate a good design from a cluttered one. If you only have whitespace, you have nothing, but if you have too little, what you have is a mess.
I’ve been thinking about this whitespace. When God designs my life, sometimes he has to add some more whitespace, and I have to let him.
Sometimes I must take a season of strangling my workaholic tendencies. Whenever I let them take over, I get nothing done anyways. It is best as my pastor Walter says: “Work hard—rest hard.”
More whitespace to yah.