There’s no shortage in todays’ world of wicked problems wrapped around beautiful questions – meaning that somewhere deep inside the thorny issue embedded at the core, lies an undiscovered question of great value.*
To hope is a state of being. It is an inner readiness, that of intense but not-yet-spent activeness.**
I found myself thinking about gaps.
Gaps around us that we think need to be filled because, somehow, they matter to us.
Gaps inside us, between who we are and who we can be, between what we are doing and what we could be doing.
The two are connected. Listening to the gap outside us calling and challenging and encouraging requires that we do something about the gap inside of us.
A rich and meaningful life tends to break out when this happens.
Sometimes the only way we can measure a gap is with our lives.