Thursday, February 26, 2009
Perhaps circumstance, being that which we have fallen without choice, has really exposed itself being more of a decision. The events causing distress or unfathomable pain carry weight to broaden our intellectual, spiritual, and emotional growth. We are not mere products of others sin and consequence, but rather a product of the choices we make upon facing those trials. In the rhythm of experiential gain and folly, we some how arrive with a deeper capacity to love and hate. It is with these choices we propel our future, not with doubt or anger, but something more then we could ever imagine. When does circumstance begin to matter? When we look at it face to face, and still chose to love.