In my latest contribution to the Forefront blog, I reflect on our need to adopt habits of “long art.” Doing so can reconnect us to a theologically informed stewardship of our world and its beauty, ultimately pointing us toward eternal things:

To participate in the creation of long art, to spend time in its presence—this is what teaches true patience. It conforms us to its own steady pace through the years, imparting wisdom, equipping us with far-reaching vision and a profound sensitivity to the lessons of the past. It is brimming with life that may endure for ages to come.

You can read the whole piece here.

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