This is the fourth post in a series on frustration. View them all here.
Last post covered a form of faux frustration that I labeled as “outward only” (you can read more about that here). There is another form of false frustration that I’d like to bring up here, the “inward only” form. If outward only was merely way for the world to see how unselfish we are (which is pretty selfish, right?), inward only is just pure selfishness. Continue reading
This is the second post in a series on frustration. View them all here.
Frustration isn’t always bad. I feel like this needs to be said, especially if you dwell in Christian circles for any length of time. Sometimes the “niceness” of Christian organizations (be they churches or anything else) cut off any of this kind of talk. Even as this post is published on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, there is something inside us all that knows part of this world are broken. Continue reading