Saturday, May 25, 2013
Not all too long ago, I felt that every time I entered a new group setting (my work brings me into new group settings on a regular basis) I was in a different kind of jungle and was constantly trying to quickly learn my surroundings in unfamiliar places. As I was adjusting to the weather, and the terrain, and the dynamics of jungle animals interacting with one another, I would begin to assess places of danger, places of safety and places of significance. It is in the search for significance, that my quest is made. I have no other reason to venture into unknown and uncomfortable places except to further witness and further experience and further make known the unchanging power of God. This is my quest.