Mean Time

‘ So here we are. Caught between what is and what will be. No longer orphans, not yet home. What do we do in the meantime? Indeed, it can be just that-a mean time. Time made mean with chemotherapy, drivers driving with more beer in their bodies than brains, and backstabbers who make life on earth feel like a timeshare in Afghanistan. How do we live in the meantime? How do we keep our hearts headed home? ‘

-Max Lucado

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