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Category: Speaking to the Soul

Distance and Travel

“In these times when we cannot leave home, the challenge of this season is nonetheless similar to our ancestors, what does it mean to follow God?  Will we do the deep work to recognize, dismantle, and begin to reconcile the impact of European settlers on the indigenous people of this land?”

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House-Sitting for God

“It struck me that this life that I believe is mine, that I am sure belongs to me, is not mine at all.  I’m taking care of a property that really belongs to God.”

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Thankful for Being Here

“…that miracles surround us, but we miss them most of the time. We make it harder on ourselves to see the abundance of miracles that crowd around us because we too often look for the dazzling, the shockingly out of place.”

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“There is only one reason for the monk’s existence: not farming, not chanting the psalms … not fasting, not manual labor, not reading, not meditation, not vigils in the night, but only God.” (Thomas Merton)

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You are Here

“You are here
with an overflowing love that knows no bounds
and welcomes all to a place at the table.”

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I’ve got Rhythm!

“It is the end of the movie (AND the beginning by the way). Lover gets lover, the child gets born; people come together and LOVE wins the day!”

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