Still uncovering from the ZOE conference and cleaning my desk . . . and found a barf bag that I had written the urgent quote from Madeleine L’Engle’s Walking On Water: Reflections on Faith and Art:
There is nothing so secular that it cannot be sacred, and that is one of the deepest messages of the incarnation.
When my kids were younger, I saved barf bags from our overseas flights to use on buses in London, car rides. Advice to young parents: some–not all of course, but some–of motion sickness of kids comes from giving our kids too much to drink.
Is this post about throwing up or finding the sacred in the secular? Or to quasi-quote an investment firm commercial, “What can we learn about spirituality from a child throwing up?”