This weekend led to a lot of reflection. The tenth anniversary of that awful, terrible, evil day in September creates many moments of internal brooding and external anger. At least it did for me. Reflection is good. It’s not always easy, but it’s good.
Much has been written. This collection from Urban Omnibus is comprehensive and full of angles missed elsewhere.
“In a culture where fear and anger are primary motivating factors for action, an understanding of love is one of the best tools we have to fight against terrorism and injustice.”
Patirck Groneman simply states the idea that reflecting on love is worth more than the worst evil and loudest critics in this piece on the Huffington Post. It’s an idea that’s still important, still needed and still underestimated.
Reflection is needed on a daily basis, and too often I’m guilty of letting it go. I don’t make time for it and this whole weekend has made me think I should.
How do you reflect?