I spent most of today just 'wondering'.
I wonder if our nation can find unity--it doesn't look like it can--not after January 6 and many Republicans still thinking, somehow, that the election was stolen...as crazy as that is?
I wonder when, if ever, we can all agree that children, fleeing horrible conditions in Central American, deserve to have a new life here, in the Nation of Emigrants?
I wonder how Biden can get the things done we need done--infrastructure, racial equality, changing the tax code, restoring the economy when the Senate is so divided?
I wonder how long I will live? I'll be 74 a week from tomorrow--an age I never dreamed making.
I wonder why, when I woke up yesterday, I thought for sure it was Friday and it wasn't until several hours later that I realized it was Thursday?
I wonder if I was thankful enough for being given an extra day of life by my mistake?
I wonder if Bern and my children and grand-children truly know how much I love them?
I wonder if God realizes that my 'doubt' is just the other side of my hand that is 'belief'?
I wonder if I have done enough with my life and ministry?
Sometimes I just 'wonder' and 'wonder' some more.
Wondering, I believe, is a good thing to spend time doing.