The Search


Once confronted with the truth, it is precisely because we can longer deny its relevance that we instinctively avoid drawing any conclusions. And this we often do no matter how diligently we claim to have been searching for it.
More unsettling, some feel obliged to ridicule those who, with great humility, attempt to act upon what they have discerned, however many times they may fail.
The search is completed upon the find. The searcher himself is completed only if he chooses to acknowledge the find

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Tom Zampino is an attorney in private practice in New York City who makes his home on Long Island. He and his beautiful and accomplished wife have raised two fantastic daughters, four cats, two dogs, and various other domesticated creatures over the past three decades. He formerly blogged at the Catholic Channel at Patheos.