There is so much opportunity in that question.
We tend to fill that void with errands, entertainment, consumption and distraction. We fill it with browsing, shopping, social media and all sorts of sudden urges. We fill it with many things that have no lasting value. Illusions you could say.
So what do you want to do today?
I am tired of chasing illusions. Tired and weary.
It is not so much that my life is really that busy. I make it busy in order to avoid answering that question in a meaningful way. It is easier to consume and be entertained. Easier to remove myself from the irritation of being open and present with that incredible opportunity. Easier to stay distracted than face the uncertainty and discomfort that arises when you don't actually have an answer.
I can't say what value having a spiritual practice will bring to your life. What I can say with confidence is that having your own practice will allow you to sit with uncertainty, with doubt and discomfort. It will allow you to pause for a moment before neurosis leads you down illusion's game.
You might end up being honest and certain about who you are in an authentic and genuine way.
When you are authentic and genuine, you discover an inexhaustible wealth that wants to be shared. It wants to connect, lend a hand, share a laugh and benefit others.
What do you want to do today?