Sunday, January 07, 2007
 
Who is your best friend?

What do they do for you?

What do you do for them?

What is your default?

My default seems to be this:

My single most important responsibility to anyone is to be right with God - as far as it depends on me. Discernment is required in all circumstances and the suspension of judgment at almost all costs. The closer I get to anyone, the more messed up I find them to be - this is said with the humble acknowledgement that I am the most messed up of all.

Happy New Year and joy and peace to you.


- posted by -g @ 12:24 PM | | 2 rocks in pond



2 Comments:

kylie
she allows me to be me without disowning me. the good, the bad, the ugly, mostly the latter.
i make her smile by being me
my default is meditation, remembering to breath, to be. Sometimes it's alright to just dance through life, sometimes I don't need to tough it.

God. I've been running lately. Feeling more Jesus than anything else from it. Pops up in the oddest, but most necessary places.

you are messed up.

Happy new year and peace to you.

By Blogger Amanda, at 10:03 PM  

Where are you??
- Currently between places, states, jobs, school, life...

How are you??
- Hoping things will all work-out in the end.

What story has gathered around you?
- Many stories have gathered but any worth telling... I'm not sure.

Do tell.
- You can read it all... when i write my book. I still plan on writing a book on my ridiculous life. When... that's the question.

Who is your best friend?
- My best friend does not need definition.

What do they do for you?
- Everything and nothing all at once, because I need nothing from them but they give me everything anyway.

What do you do for them?
- I don't feel like I'm doing anything but they appreciate me all the same.

What is your default?
- "Everything will be okay, just give Life some time and things will work out just fine."

By Blogger Julia, at 11:27 AM  

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