When Things Fall Apart

8 thoughts on “When Things Fall Apart”

  1. I appreciate this. As a victim of complex trauma, I keep hearing podcasters call our current state “trauma”. What bothers me about this is that it minimizes the true trauma many of us are grappling with the seesaw of healing. It also piles trauma on top of our existing trauma. As you wrote, these are difficult days, mostly because (for me) of unknown. Trauma is the wound of a known and experienced threat. The days we are in are call us to remember God knows. God protects. These days aren’t so much challenging our bodies’ safety, more a challenge of our shaky faith. Again, thank you.

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