This man once said, “Look at the birds. They don’t plant or harvest or store away food, for your heavenly Father feeds them. And aren’t you far more valuable to him than they are? Can all your worries add a single moment to your life?”
This is a blog about life. About simplicity. About trust. It’s about seeing those little things that build faith, though if you’re anything like me, they may raise a lot of questions as well. This is a blog about asking the questions and questioning the answers. It will be irreverent, and funny, dark at times, and hard to stomach, confused (when I am), biased but too nonpartisan to make anyone feel at home. And I hope you will still come back, often.
This is a journal of thoughts, ideas and half-finished conversations between strangers, which I hope you will join. It is a collection of quotes to which I may have forgotten the attribution, poems without endings, songs without a melody. A journal about hope and adventure and deep symbolism sown through life, because that’s the way I experience it. And please, before you judge the content — just experience it with me.
This is a story of my many, varied, world-wide journeys and my attempts to be “all-in” and all there, wherever I am.