9 April 2015
This is not a specifically Christian comment, but something of a spiritual norm that is confirmed by my own faith.
The drives in life which make us need more or try and achieve the greatest goal can never be a resurrection goal.
“Life in its fullness is found in the quiet realisation of the blessings of today and not the promise of tomorrow. The most content (and holy) I have ever met are most often those who relish the moment and the interactions of the day. Those in front of you become the most beautiful and successful by their being there and not because of their achievements.
See Jesus and the lilies etc.
Just be one of the Easter people.
Revd Canon Simon Moor – Vicar of Huddersfield