Living dangerously

Joy lives dangerously.  If an experience is deeply satisfying, it usually holds an element of uncertainty.  If satisfaction is to enlarge into joy, the uncertainty factor will be high.  Risk, peril, unpredictability are the air that joy breathes.  Remove these factors and joy suffocates.  This is why God has designed for us a life that can be lived only by faith.

Mike Mason, Champagne for the Soul.

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