"It’s funny how they put you down when your hands are held up high;
And you open up your heart and soul,
but that’s not enough for most."
~ Mike Peters (The Alarm), Going out in a Blaze of Glory
On the premise that all life and faith culminates in relationships, and still further that all relationships involve choices, I am determined to continue to develop my emotional fluency and spiritual articulation.
Even from the amplified vulnerability of abandoned ruins, this is still the course to take. It is a kind of responsibility. A response-ability, we could boldly say. To be a complete and self-respecting individual, and to be faithfully compassionate toward others, I insist on better comprehending how to love and how to enunciate it with the whole of my being. And I’m doing it. It’s palpable.
I prefer it that way.