I’ve been, yet again, delinquent in blogging. There are stories to tell and maybe some will make their way out into the wilds of the internet in between writing grad school applications. Maybe.
Today, though, I just wanted to share this paragraph from Brett McCracken’s most recent blog post:
The joys and relationships we experience in life, fleeting as they are, seem always to be pointing to something other. They are the “faint, far-off results of those energies which God’s creative rapture implanted in matter when He made the world,” as Lewis says (The Weight of Glory). Now imagine what it will be like to taste at the fountainhead of the stream “of which even these lower reaches prove so intoxicating.”