It’s okay to keep things rather short and sweet. Although it is my inclination to elaborate, more can often be said even with just a few words. Let’s just say I think of this as the tagline on the page beginning a new chapter in a book. Having been given the idea to turn a comment (aka the elaboration) into another blog post, I had to seize the opportunity.
Speaking of books…
I also read The Pursuit of God: The Human Thirst for the Divine (A.W. Tozer) as requirement for the discipleship program I participated in last summer. I had forgotten just how much I love books ever since high school stole from me the pure joy of reading. Sometimes I convince myself I am so much an alien that no one else could be like me and ever dare to read anything about:
- How to be a Rich “Dad”
- Spanish grammar
- Spiritual gifts and prophecy
- Finding The Leadership Muse
- Praying with the body
- The history…of art history
- How rivers (and even fish) can be autobiographical
- Mind, body, soul kinds of things
(Wow, that last statement was a really unintelligent way to say something so profound.)
So, within the semester, only tomorrow remains, and then the next day, and then…that’s it. That’s it. I have gone to sleep and woken up. This pattern, too, is precisely it. The next day…and the next day….