Sometimes reading is a breeze and you can just while away the hours between the pages of a book. I love those days when you can lose yourself in a story, maybe even enter another world a la The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Then there are times like I had this month when I started a couple of different books and went bleh . . . and set them aside.
One of the highlights I did find was a book by Continue reading
This month, in my post on Edie Melson’s The Write Conversation, I examine our tendencies to become complacent in our spiritual lives. Merriam-Webster defines being complacent as being “marked by self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies.”
Self-satisfaction. Unawareness. These are especially dangerous when it concerns our relationship with our Lord. Use this link to read more on why complacency is so dangerous.
We are living in a day of so much change.
Listen to me!
We had already experienced how the world was getting smaller and faster. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit. To be so small it certainly came in with a roar. Then, here in America, the protests began.
It seems so hard to communicate, not just make noise with, to anyone, whether on-line or in person. Continue reading