False Positive

We are not called in faith to be falsely positive -- but to be people of hope and resurrection. Otherwise we're not being faithful, but dumb and absurd.

This means realizing that no one moment defines who we are.

It's just another moment in a series of moments in our life. And we must understand that we provide the interpretation and it's our brain that often defines something as good or bad.

We can’t catch our breath from the last thing that just happened before there are six more to deal with. So, how do we play catch up? How can we continue to deal with the past when there are so many current struggles we're juggling?

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