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Writing a Rule of Life – a consideration of our thoughts

We spend a lot of our time thinking, we humans do. And much of our thinking is fear-based, shame-based and anxiety-producing causing sleepless nights and cancer. So our Rule of Life needs to have some chapters that help to remind us of how we want to be in relationship with our thoughts – what our own thought-boundaries are, or what we hope them to one day become.

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A Rule of Life: Prayer

This originally appeared as part of the Daily Sip, a ministry of St John’s Cathedral in Denver, CO by Charles LaFond     This is

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Wreaths and rules

    This piece originally appeared at the Daily Sip by Charles LaFond   As the feast of the Epiphany hovers before us – the

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A reasonable response

I guess all I am saying is that if God can create a way to connect with a people who have, for millennia, been rather uncooperative, then we can dig deep and meet that with equal creativity

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Look Up!

After all, I am pretty sure Hell is just an eternity of getting what we thought we wanted.

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Trickster’s Advent

What God did that night in Bethlehem was different and creative and risky. “Would it be crazy if we joined them as a human…?”

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