Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery
Reading about Henry Marsh’s vocation to neurosurgery, I thought about my own calling as a minister. I was startled by his depiction of detachment from patients.
We all live with many callings in life, and the greatest is not to be a pastor—much less to be in the right job at a particular congregation.
I don’t often take book recommendations. I think far too highly of my own guiding interests.
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