I was told to do so…
So why another blog? Well, I like speaking. Especially, when no one interrupts me. I’ve been thinking a lot about how to do so. First of all, I’ve never really gotten this whole blog thing. Who reads ‘em anyways. You, I guess? But I haven’t been a part of this community, until now. Secondly, there are so many ways of communicating today. I could do a podcast, live stream, facebook, Instagram, newsletter or whatever. So why do a blog? I don’t quite know yet. Let’s see if this works!?
I do roam. Well, I don’t wander restlessly around. What it means is, whenever I think I’ve got it all figured out, I usually stumble over a new way to go about it. And with it, a whole new bunch of questions or ideas. And then we’re back to square one… With nothing figured out… I’m never really able to settle down and be happy with what I know. Some annoying part of my inner, just wants to break down all of my nicely stacked mental furniture, so I can start arranging them again.
But I don’t ramble. I do study Christianity. And I want to work with Christianity. But settling in a church, has been hard. I’m happy where I am now. I feel at home, but it’ll never be an ultimate shelter. Nowhere will. I suppose. I’ve been in a lot of different communities and many different denominations. All of them, has been fantastic, great communities. But none of them, yet, has been able to handle, when I’ve started rearranging my mental furniture. When my inner starts roaming.
Churches do have a tendency, not to like questions they can’t answer. Funny, isn’t it?
What will I be writing about? I simply don’t know yet. I have my struggles right now. Political, ethical, theological, spiritual, educational, personal struggles. Whenever I get through those, there will probably arise a handful of new struggles. That’s the beautiful part. No way of knowing, where we’ll end or how we’ll get there. It’ll simply be the Testament of a Roamer.
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