I want us to enter into the laughter of the God that is before, during and after the experience of being human, to swim in grace, to revel in messiness, to find joy in the suffering and love in the chaos.
We sometimes have a tendency to bring God to our level, rather than allowing God to enlighten us by bringing us to God's level.
To speak of mystery in a Christian sense means that the human mind is finite and not fully able to understand, deduce or even contain the deep structures of God's reality.
The only way to engage god is to meet one of the three in time. We meet the Father as Creator, the Son as Redeemer, and the Holy Spirit as the dispenser of God's grace.
. . .after the shadows comes light.
It is our tendency to look at people as opposed to looking into them.
Areté is a word that means excellence in character and life. It is the accumulation of virtue in one's life.