James Dobson said it right, "babies come into the world with no instructions, and you pretty much assemble them on your own...they are maddeningly complex and there are no guaranteed formulas. Even the most intelligent professionals are struggling with their child rearing responsibilities at home..."
The art of waiting --- isn't it about allowing the waiting to make you, letting the tango of tension to mould you, and sorting your heart so solitude can find you?
What presents as a painful struggle for you today might be the very thing needed to expand you to flight tomorrow.
Dear Son, Today we celebrated Father's Day. We had lots of fun and lots of laughter, but not everyone has that. Father's Day is a spectrum of feelings to many different people. It's sobering to those who've grown up without a dad, and sorrowful to others who've been hurt by their dads. And your dad is … Continue reading “Dear Son” – A Letter To The Future Man In You
Being able to deal well with losses is one of the most important skills to have, as losses are life's constant companion, and if managed well can offer an opportunity for regrowth and revival.
Because who'd ever get this? For those days when you're hollowed out in the lowlands of life, He's provided a High Way out. For the seasons when the fog of depression disorients, and the black of losses eclipses --- He's got His light shining through all your cracks.
And on the other side of Heaven, we'd see a glimpse of the why. Why God would place His most prized possessions in the fire, why He'd allow His most precious vessels in the melting pot of distress.