One of the many questions I’ve found myself asking lately concerns the cultural nature of Christianity: how much of what I believe about what it means to be a follower of Jesus has been shaped by what people have told me to think versus what’s actually true? And what haven’t I questioned yet that maybe…
— 1 — my friend Sara asked me this morning about take-aways from the experience of writing this series on singleness and the church. it’s been an unexpected journey. i’ve made new friends and gained new readers (thanks so much for swinging by – i’m really honored that you did.) i’ve written with a greater…
— 1 — It’s summer – the time of year when everything slows down… in theory. My life really hasn’t. It occurred to me this morning, reading this article by Anne Lamott, that “manic” is no longer just Monday’s adjective – my schedule is packed (entirely too much so), and finding time to slow down…
Simple Felicity is, at its heart, a blog based on the unshakeable belief that happiness really isn't all that complicated. Sometimes finding it can be - but happiness itself is pretty simple, and it's often found in the simplest of things: good food, good books, and good company. So those are the things I write about, along with a few other things that really matter to me, including faith and feminism.
A bit about me: My name is Happy. I have an amazing talent for misplacing my keys, a deep appreciation for whomever looked at the coffee bean and thought, "Hey, I wonder what would happen if I roasted this?", and road trips to Michigan are pretty much my favorite.
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"Make the most of the best and the least of the worst." —Robert Louis Stevenson via @momentumdash
When Jesus said 2 go & make disciples, I'm not sure subway preaching & weird relationships were quite what He meant. ow.ly/FidY30fBo03
"The wisest mind has something yet to learn." —George Santayana via @momentumdash
"Some people make your laugh a little louder, your smile a little brighter and your life a little better." - Unknown
I love this quote: "Every person is a new door to a different world." —Six Degrees of Separation via @momentumdash
Maybe it doesn’t matter if we’re asking the right questions; maybe the point is simply to start asking questions: ow.ly/Em6I30eSWzC
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