What if we order our lives around rhythms and practices and habits that foster depth and make us more human?
That letter opened up a life-giving dialogue. We were set free to be who we are with each other, no masks.
When we start talking about solitude and community, it often quickly gets sidetracked by the introvert/extrovert discussion.
This morning I asked God to begin weaving the threads of my family’s life into the fabric of others’ lives here in this city. I believe place matters to God. It is not inconsequential.