Sunday, May 15, 2022


After Matthew 5:10-16 

Salt poses a conundrum. 
Too much, and it ruins. 
Too little, and no one notices. 
Left too long, it turns stale, 
losing its flavor, its power, 
its purpose. In that case, 
it’s good for nothing, 
no longer good for anything 
except the ash heap, to be 
thrown out and trampled. 
So choose what kind of salt 
you will be, and learn how 
to be it. It’s a lifetime education. 

Photograph by Jason Tuinstra via Unsplash. Used with permission.

1 comment:

Martha Jane Orlando said...

A lifetime education . . .
Blessings, Glynn!