Getting Through Suffering

This is such a great post from Robert J. Wicks at onFaith! Please take the time to go over there and read it.

One of the greatest gifts we can share with others is a sense of our own peace, but we can’t share what we don’t have. Spiritual resilience, the ability not only to bounce back from adversity but to deepen as a result of it, is essential to becoming a better person — parent, friend, member of a spiritual community, the list continues.
Today, the world seems to be such an insecure, stressful, and even dangerous place. Spiritual hunger, physical ills, financial pressures, unemployment, and loss of trust in many of the institutions our parents (and past generations) counted on constantly threaten our faith in ourselves and our God.

What to do? Read on.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Elise. My beloved husband passed away on September 4th, one week after our 49th wedding anniversary. The pain hits me in the face each morning, and throughout the day. Your blog posts are a blessing. ~ Rosemary A. in Ohio

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