Ronald Rolheiser Article: Living with Frustration and Tension

…too many of us were not taught that life is hard, that we have to spend most of it waiting in one kind of frustration or other, and that this is the natural state of things. Too many of us were given a false set of expectations. We were given the impression that indeed we could have it all, clear-cut joy without a shadow and full intimacy without frustration or distance.

From his article, “LIVING WITH FRUSTRATION AND TENSION”

Ronald Rolheiser

http://www.ronrolheiser.com/columnarchive/?id=509

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