You cannot grow in the integrative dance of action and contemplation without a strong tolerance for ambiguity, an ability to allow, forgive, and contain a certain degree of anxiety, and a willingness to not know—and not even need to know. This ever widens and deepens your perspective. This is how you allow and encounter Mystery and move into the contemplative zone. [Richard Rohr, Dancing Standing Still: Healing the World from a Place of Prayer]
I’m trying something new with my Chromebook today. I have lost the T key on my regular lappie and thought this might BE a good time to learn how to use Google docs. So far I am noticing some intuitive things from Word are making me feel awkward at best.
So far I have been at this for around an hour. I get learning curves, but I am NOT at all sure how to navigate things that I have done for so long without thinking about them.
I’m trying to keep some perspective. I’ve had a couple of really hard days, and yesterday I had a transfusion. I’m at least feeling somewhat more myself, but somehow or other that “thrill” is gone. People reassure me this is to BE expected. I am going to trust them on that!!
Life is quite a wild thing…
I love you, Currie