3 thoughts on “The discomfort of ambiguity (Luke 15)”

  1. Thanks for this. I think we all experience the ambiguity and finding new places throughout our lives. Richard Rhor in his essays this week follows a similar theme transitioning from “order” which is our more naive way of thinking, through “disorder” and finally to “reorder” with all the ambiguity and disruption at each stage.
    All the best with working through the transition at Qbn.

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