Pieces by Gerard Webster
See our interview with Gerard here.
After reading “Nice,” talk about how the minor aggravations of day-to-day married life and the false attraction of the “other side of the fence” get in the way of seeing the big picture of our lives—of the lasting (and ever-lasting) values.
After reading “Thou,” can you describe in your own life how the slings and arrows of life have actually made your marriage stronger? Would your marriage have been as strong as it is now without those trying times?
In what ways does love grow as external beauty “wears and tears and rubs thin?” How does love’s “aging” deepen its roots?