Extroversion on demand

Lent Day 36

Fritz is middle row third from the left. I’m in the front row fourth from the left. David is middle row first on the right.

Do we end up like we are because of predestination, or are we sculpted by the choices we make based on our free will?

Growing up as a Presbyterian, I learned about being predestined. Thinking back, I was a shy kid but, at the same time, could be boisterous when I was around my loud pals. One was a neighbor named Fritz. He was brilliant and witty. Our parents alternated giving us rides…

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