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Rejecting false brokenness

Posted by Kenetha Stanton on

Rejecting false brokenness

© 2012 DonkeyHotey, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio There is an incredible amount of brokenness in our world. Broken hearts and broken lives abound all around us. And yet, we tend to heap a great deal of false brokenness onto that overwhelming pile, finding ourselves (and others) to be "broken" in places where no brokenness exists. Invariably these forms of false brokenness stem from comparing ourselves to others or to cultural standards of who we "should" be. When we perceive ourselves to be falling short, we conclude that we must be inherently broken in some way. This is false...

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