"this world is beautiful, but badly broken.
st. paul said that it groans, but i love it even in it's groaning.
i love this round stage where we act out the tragedies and the comedies of history.
i love it with all of its villains and petty liars and self-righteous pompers.
i love the ants and the laughter of wide-eyed children encountering their first butterfly.
i love it as it is, because it's a story, and it isn't stuck in one place.
it is full of conflict and darkness like every good story.
and like every good story, there will be an ending.
i love the world as it is, because i love what it will be."
n.d.wilson | notes from the tilt-a-whirl