Why do I write here?
Yet another question I ask myself quite often, mostly just to reaffirm one of the many reasons I’ve decided to put my thoughts here in this space.
Reason #247: I put down my thoughts here is so that it will resonate with somebody. I would hope that it might be somebody who may not necessarily be a “believer” by the definition many Christ-followers place upon themselves. A person whose “faith” has yet to be found, or one whose faith has been shaken at its core. With the hope that this faith of your own will be found, if not yet again.
Then there is the reason to get that “instant feedback” whereas if I say something that may again “resonate” with somebody, but in a way that may not necessarily align with their theological beliefs or “faith”, we engage in a discussion which would in turn sharpen each other.
What, or how can this effective when it seems that the majority of people who read this do not exactly fit the description?
Take the above picture, here we see my 2 beautiful daughters and this huge lake preventing them from taking that step forward to the other side. I kind of see this blog the same way. I can write to my heart’s content, but then I feel there’s this huge lake I’m trying to get across to reach out to others, and have no clue how to get across…
Does it even matter?
Should it matter?