LIVE for…

On Easter Sunday as part of my children’s sermon I was chatting with the young people and was talking about holidays. And one of them said “You don’t understand We’re still in school we LIVE for holidays!”

I still recall counting the days until the next school holiday. As we age that changes. What we look for, what we expect, what we long for becomes different. But usually we continue to long for something, sometime, or someone.

When we stop to think about what it is we long for we discover a deep truth about ourselves. We discover what it is we value most.

Take a moment to think about it and to answer the question “What do you LIVE for?

Don

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The Rev Don Hill is an Episcopal priest, rail fan and writer. He and his wife the Rev. Dr. Nancy Woodworth-Hill are currently Co-Pastors of St Paul's Episcopal Church, Jeffersonville IN, in the Diocese of Indianapolis. They also work as parish consultants in Appreciative Inquiry, strategic planning and spirituality development for parishes and vestries.
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