I have now been in the house for 9 months. This means I’ve gone out for grocery’s, seen clients (on zoom) and one dear friend weekly, met with our women’s group outside once a month and our daughter and the boys once in a while. I’ve not gone out to church (again thankful for Zoom), not been in the office, no walks around stores praying for those I pass, no people watching, no long coffees with acquaintances who might be friends one day. All of that is gone, faded like the leaves on the trees.
"Anyone who commits themselves to the transformative process [of Centering Prayer] is changing the world more than they could by any other activity, but they'll have activities recommended to them by the Spirit, if they're called to it." Thomas Keating,God is Love - The Heart of All Creation - Companion Book We don’t often think of our prayer… Continue reading Centering Prayer
So this summer I've been more quiet on social media. Less prone to speak here, on my blog. I've taken a break without really choosing too. As a result, I missed daughter’s day. Oh and a ton of other "days" on social media. Here's the reality, I've been present in face to face communication, I've… Continue reading The “Days” of Our Lives
For me the definition of HOPE rests in the belief of a time when love not hate will be the norm.
I started my day reading an article suggested on a friend's FB feed about workism in America. Thank you Professor Green it was thought provoking. You can read it here: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/02/religion-workism-making-americans-miserable/583441/?fbclid=IwAR1a1ia7VBSFVywrNIVr4tmQK-jetsfl1Z581rxfQmHY-1qqVfYl6D7Ni84 One thing I've struggled with most of my life is letting go. Letting go of people, places, things, and jobs. My work as an… Continue reading Workism: Enough is Enough