So folks keep asking me when Iím going to write a book: I think theyíre telling me Iím verbose. ðŸ™‚
Part of me thinks I should write something; but part of me thinks I havenít lived enough life to have anything to share. I think about writing a personal journey, but with the abundance of blogs and autobiographies and memoirs and reflection-oriented books, I wonder if Iíd just add another drop to the flooding pond. I think about writing a more technical book, but really: what do I know? And like I could write something and not make it personal: HA!
What are things that are on your mind? What are questions you think a lot about? What would you like to hear about from another person?
Iíve been pondering the idea of writing a book . . . it might be an allegory, it might be a novel, it might be a short story or a poem or a rambling dialogue.
What would it look like if the pastors disappeared? Just gone . . . off the face of the earth.
ñ would more step in to fill their shoes, doing things exactly the same?
ñ if they did things the same, would it be because these things are right/authentic, or would they feel like theyíre faking it? Keeping up appearances?
ñ would something completely different emerge?
ñ would people split between the norm and the new?
ñ would people feel free to engage in something new, a sort of blank slate?
Would people step up, or would church just fade away . . . or at least, the church as we know it?