Life is a School
Life is a school where tests are not about passing or failing, but are a learning tool instead. Loneliness is a universal experience meant to fuel a lifelong quest for God. And the vulnerabilities of those we love open us to prayer. Then the joy of loving leads us from just crying “Help!” to celebrations of “Thanks” and “Praise.” Lack of money challenges us to learn to live by God’s priorities. Loss of health brings us to depend on Him. The old are freed from caring what others think; they see that only God’s opinion matters. And recess comes when once we admit we’ve passed our peak, we’re free to just be comic relief.
Posted on November 18, 2013, in Gifts of Age, Humor, Love, Prayer, Spiritual, Teaching/Learning Experiences and tagged comic relief, freedom, God's priorities, lack of money, life as school, loneliness, loss of health, Old Age, quest for God. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.