Resolve to Amend

I tend to want to fix what’s wrong, of course, the problem is what I see amiss. While dysfunction suits me well, disordered affections must be resolved. Grateful consolation changes me, makes me different, and I’ll never be the same. Accepting desolation alters the prescripted fit with a measured response. Indifference to outcomes adjusts theContinue reading “Resolve to Amend”

Indifference

The Indifference virtue is not one of passivity but rather of activity. Conventional wisdom says Indifference is lethargic with apathy and doubtfulness. Epiphanic wisdom says Indifference is energetic with listening and non-judgment. Ironically, Indifference realizes proper submission and grateful poverty of spirit. Heartily, Indifference forges a blessed discernment and graced responsibility.