Since I began this journey, my desire to read and find more information "outside" the box has multiplied a thousand fold. I read more since 2002 than I read in the fifty years previous.
What I have begun to notice lately is that my desire to read has been reduced significantly. It seems that I am not finding as many books that I really want to read. This may be due to the fact that I had read so precious little previously. I am not fully convinced that is the reason, however. I seemed to have reached a plateau; a place where I am content for the moment at least.
I enjoy reading my favorite authors. I imagine I shall continue to read what they offer. My favorites are: John Shelby Spong, Bart Ehrman, Neale Donald Walsch, Eckart Tolle, and Marcus Borg. I do not limit myself to these. I also like to read Brian McLaren, Rob Bell, and Jim Palmer.
I have experienced plateaus in the past; times when I simply am enjoying my life as it is presently. I don't worry about lulls. Sometimes I think they give us a chance to reflect on what has gone before. I look forward to whatever life has in store for me, knowing it will be another adventure in this thing we call life.