The gift of words and of naming things may be the greatest power God has given us, and we rarely treat the business of communicating like the dangerous endeavor it really is.Read More
We can’t always manipulate or meditate or figure our way into a solution. We may work for years to stop a habit or put on a better discipline, and then one day, out of the blue and while dinner simmers on the stove, you realize a better way to do the laundry.
Maybe your life changes in the tiniest ways like this.Read More
I’m humbled by slower. thoughtful work. But right now (literally. right now.) I’m realizing that thoughtfulness is exactly what I would want if someone else were planning my days—an employer or task master or coach. I’d want them to give me a simple outline with room to think, and I’d want them to think about the best way to manage me as a resource. I guess this is what I’m trying to do with myself.Read More