Monday, September 26, 2016

What Is A Man For?

By Jon Dunnemann

The Value of a man is not measured by what he does for himself to make his life easier, But, measured by what he does for others to make their lives easier.

What is a man for if not made to be in the constant pursuit of that which is good, noble, and true in all seasons?

Not allowing himself to be caught up in great wonder, gratitude, and awe over all of life is to inevitably succumb to the worst form of spiritual treason.

When this does happen, I tell you it feels like a horrid nightmare that has been brought about without any rhyme or reasoning.

However, after much long and careful gleaning, I too have discovered that this generally occurs when a man mistakenly attempts to fill his poor empty soul with a multitude of things that desperately have no significance or meaning.

A man is designed for building out the things that the Creator has endowed him to be able to do while S/He as the Creator continues to do all of the integral intervening.