Ric is home from the hospital, still hooked up to IV antibiotics and needing daily nursing care, and I’m learning that I cannot hold responsibility for his need to push boundaries.
From my son, who insisted on coming and spending the night while Ric got settled in, I am learning that I have trouble accepting help. He is teaching me that it’s okay to not do it all myself.
From my sister-in-law who can’t understand why Ric is not healing faster as she’s been praying daily, I am learning that God’s will doesn’t always follow our intent.
In the States, a man who incited a coup against the government was acquitted and I learned that things are not always as they appear.
And in this month of Black History I am realizing that my white privilege renders me more enabler than ally, unless I am will to open my mind and learn.
What in your life is pushing you to acknowledge that your understanding may be off, and that there may just be more to learn?
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