Monthly Archives: July 2015

An introvert’s spirituality

As an introvert, we may not be able to appear as spiritual as an extrovert. It’s not in our DNA. Greeting someone in church next to you because the pastor is asking you to can be uncomfortable. Asking to be evangelical about your faith can be an overwhelming anxiety. We’re just not cut out for that. Introverts get their energy from being alone and looking inside, not necessarily projecting it outwardly. If you’re an extrovert, please don’t think that if someone is not “friendly” that it means there’s some ulterior meaning – it could be that person is an introvert and situations that an extrovert may handle with ease (and … Continue reading

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Concealing the truth with preconception If we go into “something” with a preconceived idea of what it will be, we could be concealing the truth.

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