All that wander are not lost.
So I’ve heard it said.
It seems I’ve been wandering since the beginning of this COVID business.
Some of that wandering has lead me to places I am greatly familiar with.
Other wanderings have lead to places dark, and unknown.
In my wanderings I have seen and re-seen things I have noted before; in those same wanderings I have noticed things that I had either forgotten entirely, or had not known at all.
Some of my wanderings took me to places I never wanted to go; others to places light and airy, and free.
From some of those wanderings, I came away with a fog so thick that I had to sit and rest until it cleared.
Still at other times, they brought light to dark corners that I was unaware of, thereby shedding new light on my path.
Regardless of where your wanderings take you, I encourage you to be open, and ready to learn whatever is in front of you to learn.
Mostly, I encourage you to “Be not afraid”.
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not be afraid. John 14:27.
I leave you with two questions to ask yourself during your current wanderings;
I usually use them during scripture reading, they are from a long time mentor – Graham Cooke.
“What does this mean?”
“What shall I do?”
Asking these questions has been helpful in my understanding of most, if not all, of my wanderings.
Until next time …