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Week 30, The Danger of Light and Joy Theology

After the company received gifts from Galadriel, they said goodbye to Lothlórien. The farewell grieves Gimli and he shares this complaint with Legolas:

“Tell me, Legolas, why did I come up with this search? I didn’t know where the main danger was! Verily, Elrond spoke and said we could not foresee what we could meet on our street. Agony in the dark was the danger I feared and it didn’t stop me. But I would never have come had I known the danger of light and joy. ”

Legolas replies with a reflection on the relationship between love and loss:

“Oh for all of us! And for everyone who walks around the world in these later days. Because it is so: to find and to lose, as it seems to those whose boat is on the flowing stream. But I count you as blessed Gimli, son of Glóin: For your loss you suffer out of free will and you might have chosen something else. “

That is the pathos of life, the “danger of light and joy”. Finding means losing, that’s the way it is. The price of love is grief and grief.

The alternative, as Brené Brown emphasizes, is numbness. Draw your heart from life and love. Choose protection and emotional armor against risk and vulnerability.

This is one of the reasons why I am a Christian: the cross.

Love and loss are at the center of our lives.

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