Feasting on Stories

Why does anybody tell a story?
It does indeed have something to do with faith,
faith that the universe has meaning,
that our little human lives are not irrelevant,
that what we choose or say or do
matters,
matters cosmically.

~ Madeleine L’Engle

What is better than
good food and drink
on a table,
chairs crowded round,
laughter, chatter
and
stories?

Smiling…remembering yesterday.

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2 thoughts on “Feasting on Stories

  1. Like Mrs. Schaeffer has said,*Food and meal-times shared have always been thought of as a closer kind of communication than simply talking to people, without eating together.*Seems like George Grant has a great quote about good theology producing great food?  or do I have it backwards?

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