I try to remember that I am a microscopic speck on a microscopic planet in all of reality, but that there are likely worlds within me, too.
How much I remember. I’m two-thirds through life and even the distant past feels close at hand — mainly the things that have come to make my life feel meaningful to me. I’ve saved a lot of mementos over the years, which helps, but I also feel wealthy in my memory.
In five weeks I will be ordained a minister, a lifelong goal shaped by the values instilled in me at a young age — to seek and share grace. Currently I’m living my values by not pressuring myself to have the perfect ordination — trying to remind myself that the grace comes unbidden and is shared simply by being my true self.
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