What makes us truly human may not be how fast we are able to accomplish a task but what we experience fully, carefully, and quietly in the process.
– Makoto Fujimura, Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art, and Culture
This is Day 15 of Right Here (almost the midway point — yeah!). Throughout October, I’m joining with a community of bloggers (over 1,500 strong with The Nester). Each person writing is attempting to post every day of the month about the same topic. This is a good kinda stretch. To find all posts in my 31 Days of Right Here, click here, or see the listing below.
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POSTS IN THE SERIES
An introduction: Welcome to 31 Days of Right Here
Day 1: For You, Too
Day 2: Fear’s Invitation
Day 3: My Portion
Day 4: Five Minute Friday – Write
Day 5: Rise and Shine
Day 6: My Joys Mount As Do the Birds
Day 7: A Mother’s Fierce Love
Day 8: When Life’s A Mad Rush – How To Slow Time
Day 9: The Fight For Right Here Told Through Two Tales of Epic Whining (Part I)
Day 10: The Fight For Right Here Told Through Two Tales of Epic Whining (Part II)
Day 11: Five Minute Friday: Ordinary
Day 12: When Right Here’s A Mess
Day 13: O God, We Thank You
Day 14: The Date That Almost Wasn’t
Day 15: One Thing That Makes Us Human