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But, what’s Maisie for?

But, what’s Maisie for?

So asks a three year old when his sister is born. ‘Purpose gives shape to life; purpose drives us and gives us fulfilment. Even limited purposes can divert us from everyday anxieties – organising a holiday, packing and planning, for example. Serious loss of purpose can often lead to listlessness and depression, whether it’s job loss, children leaving home, or even the end of a project that has been a hard grind, such as the award of a degree or the achievement of a planned expansion of operations. What are we for?
read more from London Institute for Contemporary Christianity’s Margaret Killingray


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