. . but surprises are good for you.

Nora Ephron was known for her wit in writing, not wisdom in spiritual matters. Although Jewish by birth, she wasn’t religious. But I think she was on to something here:

Is that not the quintessential faith journey? Rather than dismiss the complications, the mess, the disarray of life, we’re called to embrace it and to live in faith for a greater, Christ-celebrating glory. Grief meets grace and pain meets redemption.

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