by Mark Weinrich
We don’t see beauty in brokenness. In these disposable days what seems unfixable is reason to emotionally shop. The fractured, whether people or things are castoffs in the search of something new. Perhaps the skill and patience for repair have skipped a generation or never been witnessed. We can’t envision shards of glass becoming a masterpiece, until we’re willing to surrender.
Mark Weinrich lives a creative life as a writer, photographer, musician, and artist—all wrapped together in an outdoorsman. He is a retired pastor and nine-year cancer survivor. His writing and photography have appeared in over 130 news stand, inspirational, and literary publications. He has sold eight children’s books and currently has two fantasy novels on Kindle.