Home business, home education and health challenges: what makes us tic?

I needed this today, and finding it spoke to me about God’s understanding of our true, deep needs, as opposed to what we believe we need. This cartoon was posted on Facebook on a page called “Making Sense of Things”. I like that there’s a page dedicated to this, but I was struck by the fact that we have that sense: God has made things plain to us, and everything makes sense in Him. Even when, sometimes, it doesn’t.

The owner of the page said:

From my favourite Australian cartoonist, Michael Leunig, demonstrating happiness, contentment, mindful appreciation, being in the moment – in the most ordinary of moments – of the every day 
I love the one that is ‘happiness blended with a mysterious sadness’… it’s always bewildering.

Seven types of ordinary happiness

Seven types of ordinary happiness


Comments on: "Seven Types of Ordinary Happiness" (1)

  1. sage_brush said:

    That is delightful! 😀

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