If our lives were a story, do we articulate its spirit?
Oftentimes, the most meaning can be found beyond letters and words. It is in things left unsaid where we can somehow decipher a more complete picture.
To be superficial, to be a hypocrite, to live a life of BS – these inherently make us incomplete. Instead of becoming fuller, we become lesser.
There is something more exciting, more beautiful, when we treat our lives as prose and poetry that can be elegantly articulated. Why settle for the convenience of the surface when we can dig deeper towards a more meaningful core?
Matthew 23:23-26. The weightier things of the law
[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 235: AUGUST 23, 2022]