Dirty Boots: Where there is no love, put love.
Among the most popular posts on this blog, two that get read quite often are a pair from 2013 about reading Dorothy Day’s autobiography The Long Loneliness. Not long ago, I re-read those posts myself and was reminded of a passage that I quoted there, one I hadn’t thought of in some time: “where there is no love, put love and you will find love.” When I read or hear sayings like that, I wonder why doing something so simple can be so difficult. I think that it’s because other… Read more Dirty Boots: Where there is no love, put love. →