summer-heart
Why You Should Waste Some Time Today
Shauna Niequist
By Shauna Niequist
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One of my new things (of which there are many these days–I feel sort of adolescent, changing & growing & trying new things faster than I can keep up with, in a good way) is wasting time. Wasting it: spending it lavishly, staring into space, wandering around the block, sitting on the kitchen floor eating blueberries with Mac.

My goal upon returning to real life after lake life is to keep my summer heartmy flexible, silly, ready-to-play, ever-so-slightly irresponsible heart. What I’ve been delighted to find is that it’s not […]

thinking
How I Learned to Work When I Didn’t Feel Like It
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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I’m a 4 on the Enneagram with a strong 3 wing. Enneageeks know what this means. It means I’m in touch with my moods, my feelings, my thoughts more than the average person (the 4 side) which can sometimes be a pain. Being a 4 means you can only “create” when the weather is good. […]

father-daughter
Sunday Morning Sermon – Father-Daughter Dance Before Dying
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Dr. James Wolf is dying of pancreatic cancer but before he passes, his daughter, Rachel wanted to film a father-daughter dance for her wedding. The catch? She’s not getting married any time soon. She’s not even engaged. But she hopes to be one day and she didn’t want to go through her wedding knowing she never danced with her father.