Feeling the Burdens of Life?
Consider the Story of Annie Johnson Flint
In the days of my youth, I gave little thought to the tenor of life. It was not good or bad, easy or difficult, fun or serious. It was defined by activities — school, church, sports, jobs.
By the time I reached my Seventies, I had given a lot of thought to life, from its meaning to how it plays out over time. I lived through different era’s captured in slogans like “the power of positive thinking”, “tough times never last but tough people do”, and “we shall overcome”.