I love this post, about turning the tables on disgust, from Austin Kleon. In particular the quote below really speaks to me. I’m a person who appreciates much of life but who also has a certain amount of frustration and sometimes revulsion with things that I see going on in the world. Even with these feelings, I want to present the positive more often than the negative. Kleon explains his formula to do just that.
I feel like my readers see me as a fairly positive person, but I doubt they know how much I am driven by my disgust.
Identifying poison, privately, but sharing nourishment, publicly.
In the same post, Kleon also mentions reading Transforming Noncomformist, a sermon from Martin Luther King Jr., that I will also plan to read in observance of the day.← Previous A Fresh Coat of Paint My new Medium profile page. Approximately annually, around the end of the year, I examine my presence on the web. I mostly focus on blogging. This Next → Dying to Self Many of the (supposed) Christians I know have lost their first love. You can tell by the way they live. A Christian obeys Jesus and follows Jesus