Here is a quick excerpt from my first part of my writing on MereMission:

Sometimes I feel like we start life sitting in a dark room that is full of unlit light bulbs, except for one. This lone bulb gives off just enough light to see your immediate surroundings. With this light we see a small, fairly simple world. Not too much is complex. Not too much is complicated. Not too much is painful on the grand scale of things. Of course, since we can’t see the “grand scale” anyway, it is all we know. In this small world the very simple things can bring very great joy. Life’s traumatic moments consist of things like scraping your knee on the concrete while playing soccer and perhaps even something as tragic as someone taking away your Tonka truck. Life’s joyous moments consist of things such as daddy coming home from work and eating fruit snacks…

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