cartoon: the horror!
I made a comment on one of my own previous blog posts that perhaps the narrow way isn't so much a prescribed way to think and live, but the way of love and unity. I'll be writing more on this later today. It seems to me that we've been required to love unconditionally as it has been shown to us. Instead, generally speaking, it seems that in the wake of our own reception of mercy, we go out into the world proclaiming who's out and who's in. In the afterglow of our own inclusion, we proceed to exclude others from community.