Perhaps one of the best secrets to joy is merging with simple rhythms like hand-washing the dishes or – omigosh, childhood dream job – stamping library books. Life just feels good when you click into a natural flow. Ah, the sweet delight of order amidst a world of chaos.
But, hang on, what if chaos is actually divine order in motion? After all, the world is changing fast. Social media is the new soda shop, technology is shaping our brains, and the Millennials are here dammit. So we can either judge the crap out of everyone, or we can release our stranglehold on evolution.
Dayum, we’re kinda deep. And then again, we’re kinda not. We’ll let you decide when you hear us admit our transgressions – like the time Maura accidentally flipped off a deacon from her church, and that other time Anne may or may not have stolen leftover stale donuts from the Lord.
Listen in Here Now:
Listen to the show and then answer us this:
- Confession time: Tell us about your falls from grace. Don’t let us be the only sinners up in here!
- What do you think about “kids these days?” Is there wisdom in their ways, or is the world going to hell in a handbasket?
- What was your childhood dream job? Librarian, grocery clerk, priest?