YOU—WORTHY AND FEARLESS

A RETIRED NAVY OFFICER sits in the cafe at our local library, making paper airplanes for the children who pass by. Joe lets me know that he suffers from extreme anxiety a lot these days. He worries about kids and the nation. Making paper airplanes is Joe's personal ministry and gives him joy.

It's fun watching the children throw those planes. They're designed so well that they loopy loop, even when the smallest children give them a fearless toss. Every once in a while, a plane does a nose dive and hits the floor. Yet without thinking twice, the child runs, picks it up, and tosses it again. How wonderful it would be if everyday life could be so easy that without hesitation we'd start over after a fall, or false start.

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