Seeing the World as a Gift

A great paragraph drawing on insights from the Eastern Orthodox tradition on seeing creation as a gift, not as something at our disposal:

The doctrine of creation, then, means that our created environment is touched by the hand of God, is a place where we can encounter God, and still in some way bears the traces of . . . → Read More: Seeing the World as a Gift

My Love/Hate Relationship with Facebook Likes

Ok, I confess–I’m mildly addicted to Facebook “Likes”. I love the affirmation I receive when I see those likes streaming in on some witty saying I post or on a photo of my kids. It’s only natural. It’s kind of like a pat on the back, a “good job,” or a star sticker on one of . . . → Read More: My Love/Hate Relationship with Facebook Likes