That “burden” … that “cross” … those “He never promised us an easy ride” kind of moans and groans I keep reading?
Might not have become any more “fun” – but it certainly just got lighter.
Little Monk has written a piece here which makes perfect sense. I think it is called “faith in action”. But this time with a “how to: faith in action.”
Another reason for fellowship: these beautiful “light bulb” moments!
Thank you LM 🙂
I’ve also endured a hurricane or two in my time, (totally as a ground-dweller!)
But I’ve watched a program about an aircraft dubbed “NOAA 42”, where grown men in (ostensibly) their right minds actually and on purpose fly their airplane INTO a hurricane (often at laughingly low altitude) to acquire scientific/meteorological data to predict the behavior of a given storm to predict landfall and severity. (Please bear in mind, while this sounds dare-devilish… this exercise saves lives as these storms bear down on us landlocked.)
But as I watched this program… an episode about a flight that went in a distinctly UNscripted fashion as they explored Hurricane Hugo a while back… I found myself echoing with how apt their experience is to life itself.
I mean, there…
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