I’ve been called an idealist since I was a teenager, and the truth is, I’ve not outgrown it. My thinking these days is that we should not need to. In some ways it is the shelving of our pastoral ideals that has caused malaise for many of us.
In this post I want to consider how this has happened, and what micro-steps might be helpful in taking those ideals back off the shelf.
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Quoted are, many will recognize, Leo Tolstoy’s opening lines from Anna Karenina, words which Tolstoy applies to families.
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