It’s freezing outside and I’m laundering summer dresses and skirts for an upcoming ministry trip to Africa.
While I remove the Thrift Store stapled-in tags I’m reliving how alive I feel, spiritually alive, when I’m there. 410 more words
I believe most of the time that people are quite unaware of the meaningfulness of the things they say and do. Certainly, we can hurt people – we have done plenty of that in our lives, and often suffer greatly ourselves before we percieve the harm we have done. 142 more words
“Ordinary riches can be stolen; real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you.” ~ Oscar Wilde
Of everything in my life, of the accumulated pool of material things, the feelings in my soul, and the ones around me that I love. 132 more words
I had an interesting discussion with the librarian on a cruise ship recently. He noticed I’d checked out a book by the one-time atheist and now Oxford professor of theology, Alistair McGrath, entitled ‘The Dawkins Delusion’, a parady on the title of Richard Dawkin’s book, ‘The God Delusion’. 104 more words
Viktor Frankl found meaning in one of the most unimaginable places.