IS ANY WORK YOU DO MUNDANE?

I stood there with a friend talking about a myriad of things. We were neighbours, had schooled together and constantly been in communication. I remember it like yesterday. I guess I said something about going to church. The expression on his face was that of shock and disbelief. ‘Weird’ is the only word that could describe what he felt. “Do you go to church?” That statement put my whole faith in question. A rubber stamp of what my university years were like.

I was hoping to feign a shy smile, but right there, was a pivotal moment in my walk with God. My answer was as expected: “Yes, I go to church, you’ve never known?”

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MOVING TOWARDS “WHAT MOVES YOU”

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31
What Moves You?

We move out of old houses, old neighborhoods, old territories and move into new houses, new neighborhoods, and new territories time after time. Change is inevitable. We don’t like change and sometimes we don’t anticipate it. We fight change most times. Others move into new relationships, implement new business ideas and form new alliances.

Anatole France said it better:

All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another. 

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