Are You Suffering a “Joy” Deficit?
2. Look for clarity in the crash. The crash, whatever form it takes–grief, accidents, loss of health, financial ruin, broken relationships–can offer a moment for us to stop and be honest with ourselves. It doesn’t always change our lives, but it provides a moment of clarity that can be a critical turning point in our spiritual stories. In the silence after the crash, we might hear God telling us, “Go!” In that silence, you can hear the whisper of the Nomad, a steady voice calling us to a more meaningful way of life.
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