At the turn of the nineteenth century, The London Times once asked readers, What’s wrong with the world?
Can you imagine the volcanic explosion of response if we asked this question today?
“Schools and education”
All true by the way.
What’s interesting is this answer from G.K Chesterton, writer, philosopher, lay theologian, literary art critic.
“Dear Sir: Regarding your article ‘What’s Wrong with the World?’ I am. Yours truly,”
Friends may we find more freedom in starting with ourselves as we engage questions like these. Asking ourselves, “How might I be contributing to what’s wrong with the world?”