Who Taught You?
But I've also learned to eat differently in Japan, Congo, Kenya, Egypt and Greece. Each culture has its own patterns for how to eat a meal. Each one has its own logic how to sit, what instruments are used, and what goes together (e.g. bread as a supplementary fork to push food around with).
Cross-cultural travel gives me the privilege of both learning new ways to eat and to examine the ways we eat at home.
One of the aspects of sacred time that I'm exploring and would love your input on is who taught you how to worship? Worship is so central to our life as believers, yet often unexamined about why we do what we do. Often a worship culture gets set and established and proceeds ahead without rationale or explanation other than, that's the way w do it here or I do it this way because I like doing it this way. That's not good enough. Who taught you how to worship the way you do? And, more importantly, how are you continuing to be taught how to worship? I'd love to hear from you!