Follow: To Engage in A Way of Life
4 responses to “Follow: To Engage in A Way of Life”
Sure is hard to make that commitment, isn't it? I enjoy genealogy — but that's looking backward, yet forward. And I like history, and journals (other peoples' that tell about their lives), biographies, etc. In a sense those are all looking back. This really gives me something to think about.
This is a hard concept…I think the past is important and the testimony of past lives can encourage us to keep moving forward. I have to think about this one as well…I always find that Jesus' teaching has that effect…he's always pressing me to think deeper and differently about how life appears on the surface. 🙂
Gosh,Kel, your thoughts about roots just made me sigh.You so nailed it–as I am feeling rootless these days with my house upside down. Not sure when I'll land again.This was a great dialogue to 'listen' to.
Jody- I just posted over at your spot…and it occured to me that roots and routines have similar qualities…roots give stability and so do routines, so no wonder when we are uprooted we feel out of sorts…so here's to hoping your life won't be upside down for too long! But also that you can sense yourself being further rooted deeply in the love of Christ!
Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.
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