I used to hate it when a colleague of mine would parade around spouting versions of, “The only thing constant is change.” It was his standard response to any conversation that flirted with complaining about adjusting to life or markets or challenges. Maybe he was right, but what rubbed me is the way he seemed to delight in it.

What was to enjoy about things being different, day after day? And, I certainly didn’t realize how much I’d come to embrace change. Now, a few years, a spouse, and a couple of kids later, I know the wisdom of that former colleague’s mantra.

Read the rest in my guest post at The Virtual Abbey, “The Changing Face of My Prayer Life.”