I appreciate the life of parents.
Good parents give their children enough room to grow and learn about themselves vitally inputting principles in which they can be guided. Good parents know how to cultivate the lives of those entrusted to their care giving them a set up for life.
I appreciate the method of good writers.
Good writers develop rhythms and methods for their craft. It is honed in their commitment to the words and they thrive on the capacity to make the structure and expression of those words evoke certain desired responses.
I appreciate the approach of good cooks.
Good cooks take pleasure in their work. Each ingredient is applied with care and the way they grow in their understanding of the task at hand is so considerate, it’s almost like what they prepare is the height of creativity. That’s why you really can taste the love and attention in their outcome.
All these for me are reminders of God’s great work in creation. Cultivating His creation in wisdom and the power of His Word over six days is still a wonder to behold.
A wonder that helps promote what it is to cultivate.
For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden