I wish they liked me. I can't control that I am tall and don't live in the best area.
Ugh.. she is so weird. What is she even wearing?
*crying* I wish I didn't let others get to me it's just so hard. I will never fit in.
Young lady, I once felt as vulnerable as you. I realized though through God and scripture we must embrace who we truly are.
I learned that God accepts our vulnerability. Think of Jesus, he died on the cross in front of so many people, gruesomely. If that isn't that ultimate act of vulnesrability.. I don't know what is.
So, tell me how did you overcome this vulnerability? Obviously your a priest, so you must've done something.
You see, I read books like Becoming Human, Christian Anthropology, and pieces from Frued that really helped me grasp and embrace the vulnerability in us all and accept we all will feel vulnerable from time to time.
Well...can you tell me more?
In Christian Anthropology, this section will forever stick with me: "Vulnerability as a Virtue." Reflect on that, but also think of the role Vanier had in his community... everyone was vulnerable yet by realizing that and forming RELATIONSHIPS they realized everyone has someone.
Whats the best piece of advice or take away's you have from these books.
Wow... after reading those books I know I have a sense of belonging and purpose. I shouldn't feel vulnerable, especially around those girls.