The Paradox of Growth

Growth is a peculiar thing.

It seems the more I learn, the more I’m aware of how little I actually know.  The older I get, the more I appreciate the simplicities of childhood.  The greater my awareness of all God has done in my life, the more I am humbled of how I truly don’t deserve it.  The more I understand God’s love for me, the more I realize I really haven’t even begun to grasp its magnitude.  Many lessons learned, much more wisdom to gain.

Just some thoughts roaming around my brain these days.  Happy snowy weekend, everyone!

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3 responses to “The Paradox of Growth

  1. delea

    totally agree! said well.

  2. Patrick Roddy

    And you were one amazing child. Curious, explorer, imaginative, caring and ‘who needs sleep…read me another book’. I think 14 books before bed was your record!
    Patience, you were then and continue to be a one of a kind wonder as are Corinne and Ian…and Jordan, Eliana and Isaac.

    Merry Christmas, give my best to the whole Leino family.

    Dad

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