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.

Simplicity

Simplicity begins with pure intention… simple persons do not act deceptively, simple persons act straight-forwardly grounded in obedience and loyalty. “Wisdom’s ways are pleasant ways, and all her paths are peace. Wisdom is a tree of life… those who hold her fast will be blessed.”[1] Simplicity cultivates wisdom… simple persons are not opinionated, simple personsContinue reading “Simplicity”