Priorities | God, will of | Values

“…yet not My Will, but Yours be done” (Luke 22:42).

Plato, the ancient Greek philosopher, talked a great deal about establishing our life’s priorities. In one of his writings, he asks us to imagine life as a big triangle. Then he tells us to arrange along the base of that triangle all the things in life we regard as important. Then, he tells us to start moving those things up the triangle toward the apex. As we proceed upward, the base will get smaller, so that we will need to dispose of more and more things as we proceed toward the apex. We will drop the things of lesser importance and we will cling to the things we consider to…

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