Mystery is not the absence of meaning, but the presence of more meaning than we can comprehend. Eugene Peterson
Wonder and awe is typically found in our own front or backyards. You realize that’s what we truly want, right? More than retirement, more than five-star hotels, more than fame, more than a following, and more than whatever you have currently prescribed as your life’s Z-Pak. We want to experience our days wide-eyed and wowed at the beautifully webbing and interconnectedness of it all.
And you may not even need to go that far. Chances are such wonder and meaning is probably just as thick in the room or situation you find yourself in.
If, and only if, you are with it.
If our presence is a choice, so is our meaning.