Last year I ran out of words. It's not that I had nothing to say, exactly. It's just that I couldn't put thoughts together in a way that made sense to me anymore. Writer's block? Procrastination? The lingering effects of COVID? Whatever happened felt like walking a dry river bed in the heat of the summer. Looking back, I'd say an emotional numbness was the culmination of a long period of personal tragedy, relational loss, and seismic life transitions that very few people knew the details of. But through this period, thinking aloud became prayer itself, and I'm thankful for that.
Made for Wonder: Why Our Hearts Long for Better Answers than Our Habits Deliver
The information age hasn't satisfied our thirst for wonder. Is our fast answer culture actually dehumanizing us and eroding away the very thing we're seeking?
Start With Joy
Do you ever stop before you’ve even started? Does your inner-critic convince you that anything you’d create would be dumb, irrelevant, outdated, overdone, or better left undone altogether?
Exercise as Love
Lately I’ve been using an audio training app when I go for a morning run. Various coaches talk me through running techniques and remind me of the purpose of each workout. While I was on a jog last week, a coach said something that caught me off guard—both