I’m going to get cancer from reading people’s comments about gun violence and the right to bear arms.
According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have already been 6,774 incidents this year. We’re only half way through February. FEBRUARY. There have been thirtyish (no clear definition of mass shooting) mass shootings.
I’ll be the first to admit that I am not even remotely educated on this topic. And, I know it’s a very intricate one with complex layer after layer. I’m not going to pretend to act like I know anything.
So, I’ve been reading this book called Spiritual Leadership: Principles of Excellence for Every Believer. And I really want the college ministry’s future servants and leaders to read this.
I wish my fellow leaders and I read this when we were stepping into leadership.
Maybe I would have made far less mistakes. Maybe I would have inflicted significantly less harm.
For a girl who loves words, who likes to express her thoughts and reflections by blogging, and who likes to write poetry, I sure have a lot of trouble communicating.
I wrote about the things I want to work on this upcoming year, but I figured I’d make a short post about the less serious/not faith-oriented goals. More traditional type of resolutions, I guess? Some were mentioned but like, whatever.