There’s never a moment when you learn how to be whole, just like there’s never a moment when you learn how to be a mom, or how to see the holy around you. There’s only practice. There’s only noticing. There’s only the constant prayer that your heart would become what God is making it to be.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.221
I wanted to save the world. But God wanted me to see how he was already saving it.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.212
When we’re ferocious with ourselves we’re more likely to be ferocious with the tenderest ones around us, roaring and stomping and demanding our own way, never stopping to see the fear in the little boy’s eyes or the fear in our own.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.209
I figure if God didn’t want us asking so many questions, he wouldn’t have made everything so freaking mysterious.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.179
My life has value because God has touched every mundane moment with the glow of holiness. It matters. It all matters.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.169
Maybe we can’t be aware of another’s needs until we are quiet and still long enough to notice. Content with God’s grace in the moment.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.155
I am not profound. I am not brave in spirit. My faith is threadbare and self consumed, but I am loved, I am loved, I am loved.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.148
Power without community makes for carelessness.
– Micha Boyett in Found p.138