“We make vows at the beginnings of things. We make vows we intend to keep, and then we spend our days in life’s middle, clenching them tight. How could we know what our vows mean until we’ve dug our fingernails deep into them all those years later? How can we notice the hard beauty of such words, the thick holiness of hope, until we experience what living a vow actually requires? Vows always demand an entire life.”


Micha Boyett, Found: A Story of Questions, Grace & Everyday Prayer
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Found: A Story of Questions, Grace & Everyday Prayer Found: A Story of Questions, Grace & Everyday Prayer by Micha Boyett
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