Gratitude List 1861

(1) A civil dispute in my neighborhood has been resolved in a manner I consider favorable to me, and hopefully favorable to the other parties involved.

(2) I’ve been playing the piano a lot more these days, and I think I’m getting better at it. I’ve also found it an excellent way to process difficult emotions related to the first point on this list.

(3) I enjoyed our theology meeting last night. I particularly appreciate the objectivity of the professor who facilitated the group. Though Kurt has his specific leanings, he’s remarkably objective when it comes to biblical research.

(4) Everyone at my church has been commenting how unprecedentedly happy I have seemed lately. What they don’t realize is that they are the ones who are making me happy. I’m thankful for my church of the past six years–for the pastor, the fellowship, the whole works.

(5) My piece The Invisible Composer Finds His Way to the Heart of the Arts has been published on Spokane Faith and Values. Through a maze of music and mania, a tortured Artist finally found a home, and a place of peace, at last.

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