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Limited to Measurement!

By Alresford’s little lake,
I realised there’s nothing to gain or take.
The ego is unreal, and fake.
It was William of Wykeham’s pond.
A bishop of whom we were all fond. 109 more words


Be open to compassion

When we have hurt someone we love, the pain inside can become unbearable. When we have hurt ourselves by making a poor decision, missing an opportunity, or misusing our bodies we feel a heaviness inside. 46 more words


Night Embers by parisa049

This is the last of this series…This one reminded me of the embers of a fire…just a bit of glow before it stops burning !! Thank you to everyone who visits my page…I can’t tell tell you how much your support is appreciated <3
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Washing the Feet of Another

I spent Holy Week of 2010 in Haiti with Fr. Tom Hagan, an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales who has been working in the worst slum in Port-au-Prince for more than 20 years. 491 more words


Maundy Thursday Reflection (Lent 38)

The rituals of Maundy Thursday are, to me, the most beautiful in our Christian tradition. This is the night when Jesus had the Last Supper with his disciples, and washed their feet and commands them to love one another as he has loved them. 310 more words


Morning Light

The smell of vanilla coffee fills the air as the morning light begins to push the darkness back. Nights have never been my friend and last night was no different. 68 more words