When we interrogate our own ambivalence like a soviet spy during the cold war, eventually we uncover vital clues that point to our ‘true north’ in life.
Mark Twain said; “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure, that just ain’t so.”
I wonder how much we all know for sure that just ain’t so?
How often has the Lord had a counter intuitive version of your reality?
You are more than what you do.
What if your gift to the world isn’t about what you do or what you’re good at, but about who you are?
The story of Jesus is either the most impressive creative works of fiction ever, or it’s true.
Not a whole lotta room for middle ground here…
You know the famous saying; “Sticks & stones may break my bones, but names can never hurt me”…
I dare you to Google this: Statistics Fatherlessness
We didn’t have children because we needed the lawns mowed or the dishes done, did you?
What constructs of certainty have you built around yourself as protection against uncertainty?
So how does an addict of either performance or pleasure get free from their addiction?