Friday, July 20, 2018

Dear God, let me be simple. I complicate so much, building castles of intellect. My own thinking obscures what is real and solid.

Lord, please let me abandon prideful musings. Let me seek simple truth, even as this is unappreciated by others. Indeed, let me not only accept their judgment but delight in being seen as meek and unworthy.

Let others jabber. Strip away the useless decoration in my thinking and attitudes. Lord, let me be plain.

Thy will be done.

(Letter #1287)