May I Kill It?

C.S. Lewis had a wonderful gift of using allegory and metaphor in his powerful gospel-centered writings.  I just finished reading "The Great Divorce" and my wife and I have talked about several passages along the way as I've come to them.  Mandi even relayed one of the stories - the one below - in a discipling/counseling session …

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An Enthusiastic Second Fiddle

When asked which was the most difficult instrument to play, the great conductor Leonard Bernstein said, “Second fiddle. I can always get plenty of first violinists, but to find one who plays second violin with as much enthusiasm, now that’s a problem. And yet if no one plays second, we have no harmony.” Personally, I really …

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