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October 18, 2004



Funny, I just read something from Screwtape Letters tonight. I'll quote because it was so good. "Remember, always, that He really likes the little vermin, and sets an absurd value on the distinctness of every one of them. When He talks of them losing theirselves, He means only the abandoning the clamor of self-will; once they have done that, He really gives them back all their personality, and boasts that when they are wholly His they will be more themselves than ever."

I think this relates to your thoughts in that we sometimes get lost worrying about the future because of that whole self-will thing. We think we know what we want and how we want it done and we listen to a clamour that steals our peace and keep us from being set free not to just live in the now, but to also live in and enjoy our best passions and pursuits.

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