Monthly Archives: February 2013

Japanese Bowl

I’m like one of those Japanese bowls That were made long ago I have some cracks… in me They have been filled with gold That’s what they used back then When they had a bowl to mend It did not … Continue reading

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Tucson with Snow and the Rohr/Freeman Conference

Welcome to Tucson where we received two inches of snow in the desert.  As you can see from the picture, the snow was beautiful covering the palo verde trees and the cacti.  Of course by noon or so the next … Continue reading

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Are we Like Moths Flying Towards a Flame?

Once again Richard Rohr in A Lever and a Place to Stand gives us much to think about. The image of a moth flying directly into a flame is a perplexing one.  Of course, I wanted to see what research … Continue reading

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Beautiful Labyrinth Video

I found this video and thought you would enjoy watching, listening, reflecting and just being.

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Is the Crowd Always Wrong?

This week’s audio, A Lever and a Place to Stand by Richard Rohr address striving for a personal identity versus a collected one.  This notion of a collected identity comes from our ego and the groups that we belong to; … Continue reading

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Week of February 3rd

First of all this week’s reading by Father Laurence covers the five essential aspects of the spiritual life.  One of the aspects addressed is “small acts of kindness.” Through a simple smile we turn ourselves to others and away from … Continue reading

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