My Christian Mess
Life is a question of how to spend your time. Investing in people seems like a noble cause, but people don’t like to be made into projects. To “invest” in someone turns that person into an investment plan. Nobody wants to be merely the investment plan of someone else. People are not stocks, and to treat them as such would be offensive. Instead of investing in people, why not try loving them? We...
The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis
Usually after you finish reading a book, you sit there for a second in awe, soaking in and admiring that fantasy world you just finished visiting. You then eventually notice the time, and come to your senses. Everything begins to fade away as you return back to real life. C. S. Lewis’s The Great Divorce was just the opposite. As usual, the fading process commenced as I put down the...