When we’re obsessed with the forecast, we may miss what’s happening in the present.
He might be the answer, too. But he doesn’t offer much in the way of tweetable platitudes.
The journey to a lost Mennonite colony in Uzbekistan
Sofia Samatar’s memoir takes readers through a landscape of prismatic identities and wandering passions.
“Our dreams give us a template so that we can begin to live with awe and wonder and pain and terror in waking life.”
And some ideas for expanding that welcome
“Everybody’s stories are entangled.”
A self-emptying of privilege
Brandan Robertson grounds his discussion of Christians and privilege in the kenosis hymn of Philippians 2.
Maybe immortality is about more than not being dead.
Sometimes we can’t express what we want, even when we are in desperate need.
My parents arrived in the US with three suitcases and two toddlers. I’ve experienced wanderlust ever since.