Living the Questions

To not limit the enquiries to questions that are expected to have answers.

To stay humble in front of questions to which I do not know the answers.
To not be irked by them, to not be disoriented by them.
To live with them. To live them.

To hold something without judgement.
To move to that field from the fields of right and wrong.

To not let the cycle of hurt continue. To break […] Continue Reading…

Faith, Spiritual life, Hope – Content Mixture

“In a century of staggering open questions, hope becomes a calling for those of us who can hold it, for the sake of the world.”

“In a century of staggering open questions, hope becomes a calling for those of us who can hold it, for the sake of the world.” […] Continue Reading…

Of Dusty Mess and Cleaner Air

All this mess we seem to be stewing in right now could be the dust rising from opening doors long closed. Or discovering new ones. It could be us getting caught off-guard, nudged and sometimes pushed. All this mess could be us feeling irksome of  seeing particularly non-flattering realities. Of having to navigate uncharted waters. Again.

A mess can be dealt with. Dust can settle. Like it’s said about […] Continue Reading…

Content Mixture – It’s getting better and it’s still not good enough

It’s easy to be cynical and maintain that nothing is ever getting better. “You have to be able to hold two ideas in your head at once: the world is getting better and it’s not good enough!”

It’s easy to be cynical and maintain that nothing is ever getting better. “You have to be able to hold two ideas in your head at once: the world is getting better and it’s not good enough!” […] Continue Reading…