So, when the occasion requires, I intend to continue to point out things I think are necessary. To you who don't agree with me, I'm sorry. It is my blog, you know. There are plenty of Homers out there to read if you want to avoid all bad news. Or tune in to the last 47 seconds of local news to see squirrels on water skis.
That being said, pointing out the bad, or the obvious, can be wearying for reader and blogger alike. Pointing out errors of those God had placed, or allowed to be placed, over the governance of the Church is a weighty matter, and one that no idiot in front of a keyboard should take lightly. Repetition without a real need can lead to despair.
I tend to hyperbole, and I will just calm down a little. As a friend told me, things really aren't as dramatic as I think they are. And they are far more dramatic in ways I don't think about.
My spiritual director has advised me for some time to focus on the truth from a positive perspective. He's right, and that is what I will try to do. Not yielding on the truth, but encouraging as much as possible. I'm not worried about losing readers; I don't have many left.
So, planted here, listing to the "music that comes from a far letter land", here we go.
Oremus pro invicem.