Monday, February 28, 2005

“I suppose those of us who assume relatedness and then look for it may find ourselves frequently disappointed. We may perceive or assume what others do not perceive or assume. We may see fine linkages worth testing and exploring, while others see unbridgeable chasms or rather quaint but useless commonness. I see incredible commonness among the many disparate people I am privileged to get to know; but I have come to realize that some of these people can’t seem to appreciate each other.”
Read my reflection on "relatedness" in this week's Grace Notes

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