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Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero


Hello!! That title is quite a mouthful!

I’m currently visiting friends in the UK and having a wonderful time! The UK really is a second home to me so I’m very happy to be here. 351 more words

Book Review

Daily Riches: Confusing Our Will With God's Will (Pete Scazzero and Ignatius of Loyola)

“By indifference, does not mean apathy or disinterest. He simply means we must become indifferent to anything but the will of God. Ignatius taught that the degree to which we are open to any outcome or answer from God is the degree to which we are ready to really hear what God has to say. 391 more words

Awareness

Daily Riches: Anxiety Rising In My Chest (Mary Oliver, Richard Rohr, Lewis Thomas, Matt Licata)

“We are, perhaps, uniquely among the earth’s creatures, the worrying animal.”  Lewis Thomas

“I worried a lot. Will the garden grow, will the rivers
flow in the right direction, will the earth turn… 429 more words

Embracing Losses And Limits

A reassessment on being real: 5 ways to move towards authenticity

be real, be real son

about a year ago I wrote on this phrase and what it meant to be real. my goal was to encourage others to be real in efforts to try to build authenticity. 691 more words

#1016 - EHS 03

I’ve carried a backpack for most of my life. I started in elementary school, continued through seminary and, to this day, I still carry all of my stuff in my backpack. 493 more words

#1011 - EHS: Week 2

Tragic heroes are defined and doomed by their character flaws.

Oedipus.

Anakin Skywalker.

King Saul.

Instead of addressing their flaws, tragic heroes are blind to them. 364 more words

Learning to be Present to Myself

The next area of presence that I am resolving to practice this year is being present to myself. I know on the surface that this sounds very selfish, but it’s really a vital step in the life of a disciple to recognize who they are, where they come from, and what’s going on inside of them. 296 more words

Discipleship