Agenda, cont’d

October 5, 2012

This is a continuation of my previous post.

One of the interesting things about not having one’s own personal human agenda and rather trying to be an instrument for God’s will instead, to put it into familiar language, is that we only understand what we’ve done after the fact, we actually do the significant part unwittingly.

So if we have a plan, it’s probably not a divine agenda, unless thinking that we have a plan, and should implement it, itself somehow serves the greater good.

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