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The Hope

When the inner joy Mother Teresa spoke of, the joy of compassionate service, is married to a practical and pragmatic drive to transform all existing economic, social, and political institutions, a radical and potentially all-transforming holy force is born. This … Continue reading

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Time Away

My time away was… Too long. Not long enough. Exactly what I needed. Nothing like I wanted. Joyful. Annoying. Perfect. The Sunday morning service at the sanctuary was sweet. There were maybe 30 people, the musicians were a little off … Continue reading

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Dancing with Fear

A wise woman reminded me today that Ada witnessing my process is part of her journey and I can stop feeling guilty about it. Of course Abraham would say feeling guilty is better than feeling fear. I don’t want either … Continue reading

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Divine Intervention

Struggling with epic exhaustion and frustration tonight, I stepped away from convincing my very dirty, strong willed 3 year old that a bath was a good idea and wandered to the book shelf in search of direction. Heading toward Conversations … Continue reading

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An Exact Replica of a Figment of My Imagination

I’ve been reading Elizabeth McCracken‘s book about her first child, her son, who was stillborn. There is so much that rings true although our situations, our experiences, our points of view in many cases are different. I read the following … Continue reading

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