The Disruption of Everyday Life
We know everyday life. It happens… daily. the ho-hum hum-drum tedium that goes by slowly. Some of us thrive on routine, procedure, program, a plan. Others of us would rather the unexpected, the surprise, the unforeseen in our day. But real disruption — the snarl on the highway that makes us twenty minutes late; the sickness that makes us miss work for a day/a month/a year; the storm that floods or damages or destroys; the divorce or death that tears apart our family; the disruptions that no one wants — We don’t get to choose, do we? Whatever your belief — the God of the universe or random chance — we all suffer from the disruption of everyday life in some way, some place, some time. the big question is What do we do with that disruption? Invite it to stay for dinner? Bolt the door, sit shivering by the fire, and wait for it to sneak in the back door? Throw a blanket over it, and pretend it is a chair? Turn the page, Reader, and Come face to face with Disruption.