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Being Under the Radar

I live fairly close to the Atlanta Airport and therefore have many people in my town that work in the airline industry. I once ate breakfast with an air traffic controller who was able to track the tooth fairy for his daughter on the radar at work. 

We often use the term "flying under the radar" to refer to doing something but not wanting to get noticed for it. The expression could be used by someone with great humility or about someone getting into not so holy mischief. Or for introverts who don't want attention.

I was recently asked if I would lead in a situation that has caused a lot of tension, harm, and polarization in my denomination. While I eventually said I'd be willing I was anxious to be so open about my viewpoints and beliefs regarding this given that I've got great friends and co-workers who disagree with me on this. I got angry at God and asked the question that is futile to ask - "Why?".  I asked God why does this has to be so divisive? …

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