Kids are rowdy, they knock over our shiny religious teacups filled with anger, impatience and selfishness. But their rowdiness is no excuse for our complacency. Protecting our whitewashed lives is not what God has called us to. When my boys were little I felt the tension between what I wanted to do with my days … Continue reading Church, do we despise the children?
(A frittata I made this week)This has been a long week. Back to getting up at five. That's actually about the only thing I went back to this week. I didn't go back to eating the same way I've been eating. I didn't go back to not exercising consistently. I didn't go back to Worn. … Continue reading Pressing on
We went to The Mystery Castle in Phoenix today. Take 7th street as far south as you can go, take a right and you're there. There's a fee to get in, but I think its worth it. The man who built that place must have been a bit odd, but definitely interesting and innovative. I … Continue reading Summed up thoughts on a Sunday
I hate playing catch up here.As I've said, I process life better in the second-living of it- i.e. writing. Or talking it out with God, which is what I do for the life I can't second-live in public writings.I took up early-morning walking with my black lab Bailey a week or so ago, when it … Continue reading We all want progress, but if you’re on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.- C.S. Lewis