Do you remember playing tetherball in school?
That game with a tall pole, and a long cord with a tetherball at the end? The goal was to wrap the cord all the way around the pole or something? (I was never very good at it, in case you can’t tell…)
Anyway, that last hit right before the other side won, where the ball goes spinning and wrapping around and around and around the pole?
That’s how my brain feels reading C.S. Lewis. I’ve always loved reading quotes of his, and of course I’ve read the Narnia books. But until now I hadn’t read his other writings in the whole. At work, we’re reading his book Mere Christianity as a staff. While I love following his reasoning, and he makes fantastic point after point, reading a chapter or two at a time has my brain feeling like the pole being wrapped around and around and around by a tetherball cord. 🙂
So instead of sharing a longer section, for today I think I’ll just leave you with this:
Something to think about…