I'm a "cultural gypsy" because, like lots of first generation Americans, I've got a Western mentality with an Eastern sensibility. The word "gypsy" originates from the word Egypt---the previous home of my "Big Fat" Armenian family.
But you don't have to be a first generation American, millennial, or a Christian like me to feel like you aren't quite rooted in this world.
My desire is to share spiritual, cultural, and theological resources that have helped me in the hope they might also bless you.
Could there be a better light for us, as nomadic beings, than the one that sets us free to go forward without fear, because we know that the light of eternal love stands at the end of the road?