Tim Challies, a self-professed introvert, tackles this topic. You can also check out Sharon Bratcher’s “Should an introvert be expected to act like an extrovert?”
This article needs to be passed along. Jonathon Van Maren writes:
“Know what your children are viewing on the Internet. Do not give them smartphones. Be aware of what they are being taught and what curriculum they are being exposed to. And if at all possible, do not put them in the public education system. The consequences, for many families, have been tragic.”
“The earth is surrounded by a magnetic field that protects living things from solar radiation. Without it, life could not exist. That’s why scientists were surprised to discover that the field is quickly wearing down. At the current rate, the field and thus the earth could be no older than 20,000 years old.”
“Today we are taught by a culture that views work as an end in itself. It is what supplies our identity and gives meaning to our lives by maximizing success and money through our labor. Our work is never done, and the constant drive to prove ourselves destroys our ability to find rest.”
Michael Rectenwald writes on how Covid was used by some as an opportunity to implement changes – it was a crisis that they didn’t let go to waste. A longer read, but it gives a background worth knowing.
The birthrate has dropped because our culture has prioritized career over family, but part of the decline isn’t voluntary – male fertility rates are dropping.
This past week Matt Walsh had a debate of sorts with two transgender activists about pronouns. Lots to love here in how Walsh argues. He shows how to expose the lie, by asking the liars to explain themselves. It came down to a simple question: “Can tell me what a woman is?” What Walsh doesn’t do but should have, is point them to the truth: that God made us male and female (Genesis 1:27).