Perils Along the Journey

March 2, 2022 pwm1

Look back, and smile on perils past.

—Walter Scott, author of Ivanhoe (1830, by Sir John Watson Gordon; Public Domain)

It is hard to believe that it has been two long years since the pandemic came roaring to American shores. The human tragedy is almost beyond comprehension, with most souls around the globe having suffered from the virus—if not personally, then for loved ones. As I write this, we have the horrific tragedy of a sovereign nation—and its wonderful citizens—being invaded by a brutal, mentally unstable dictator. Our spirituality calls for us to have strength during the dark periods of our life, gratitude and contentment in brighter times; always recognizing that our path here on earth is just a small part of the Journey, and that every peril we face has a purpose. 

—Mike Hazell

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