What are you waiting for right now? I don’t mean waiting your turn at the doctor’s office or the checkout line, or waiting to move forward in a traffic jam. I mean waiting for the next life-changing reprieve or jolt that you are powerless against.
My dad always taught us that if we borrowed something, no matter what it was, we should return it in better condition than it was when we borrowed it.
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I don’t know about you, but lately I have grown ever more weary of the “me first” ways of the world.
I was in an existential funk: questioning my purpose, God’s plan for me, and the universality of suffering. Someone suggested as a solution that I should be more shallow. While I understood the spirit of love in which the suggestion was made, it was a funny thing to hear.
“Say it with flowers!” Christians did not wait for FTD in the 20th century to express their religious spirit and belief with flowers. The rose was a popular religious symbol from earliest times.