We have a new post up at the USCCB website For Your Marriage.
This was her first attempt to play a song on the piano for others since the lady who teaches toddlers to play began working with her. She was confident and not afraid to be less than perfect. G. K. Chesterton said, “A thing worth doing is worth doing badly.” He wasn’t advocating careless indifference, but rather, he was encouraging amateur enthusiasm. He thought people were becoming so specialized and narrow that one day no one would whistle because the professional whistler did it best.
You can read the whole article here.