Impatience with the Ordinary

In most cases, impatience with the ordinary is at the root of our restlessness and rootlessness.  We’re looking for something more to charge our lives with interest, meaning and purpose.  Instead of growing like a tree, we want to grow like a forest fire.

– Horton, Michael, Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Restless World; Zondervan; copyright 214; Kindle Edition; page 127