Peter Fitch looks at an interesting passage that speaks of children, young people, and fathers and mothers, depicting each of these as a stage or phase of growth. There are similarities in the way the children and the fathers and mothers are described. Peter thinks that growth often happens this way: we embrace something new with passion and excitement, then we struggle through related complexities; finally, we have a new child-like phase on the other side of many difficulties. Similarly, Richard Rohr thinks that a good deal of the world’s great literature deals with a journey outward and home again.
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