Who am I?

Nearly two years ago, I wrote a post based off a quote of Bonhoeffer’s that expressed the turmoil of wondering who he really was—one person says one thing, I feel another. He closed his poem with the simple line—“whoever I am, thou knowest, O God, I am thine.” If I can be gut-wrenchingly honest, I … Continue reading Who am I?

Who{se} Am I?

Sometimes, I liken my brothers to Pa Ingles in the Little House on the Prairie books—always restless, always searching for something else, something different. Never content to both plant trees and stay long enough to enjoy their shade. But the same trait is also present in me. I have an insatiable desire to see more, … Continue reading Who{se} Am I?