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09/11/2015

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Sarah

I just read this essay on the good life versus the redemptive life, and it really rang true for me. Reading your post made me think of it again. One of the quotes was:

But the redemptive life.

The redemptive life doesn’t say much at all.

It just rolls up its sleeves and goes about transforming the mess.

I obviously don't know if it will resonate in the same way, but here's a link in case it does: http://drkellyflanagan.com/2015/09/02/whats-the-difference-between-the-good-life-and-the-redemptive-life/

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