ave you ever thought you hadn’t moved forward in your thinking, only to discover in some “mystical” way that you had?
Or maybe you worked hard to learn and grow in your life experiences, only to feel a struggle to get there.
We’ve all changed in some way since our youth. Perhaps it’s a notion you once held that has evolved, or you’ve discarded an old habit or belief that new expereinces now make them no longer helpful in your life – even irrelevant.
That’s what we’re exploring this issue of Creekside. I hope you enjoy the thoughts of our authors as they share their own musings of being propelled forward.
— John Cummings, Editor