Where am I?

I find that, more often than not, we are where we ought to be; indeed, we are mostly in the only place we can be in this stage of our journey.

To pray to know God’s will is fine, so long as it is not really a longing for greener grass: striving to put ourselves in a different place is generally a recipe for stomach-ache.

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