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the unpaved path

Normality is a paved road; It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.

~ Vincent van Gogh

Suffering

it's the raw-ness that heals us, y'all

It is so important that I pay attention to my own raw-ness right now.

In the face of an election that has dramatically un-earthed the raw, emotionally intense reactions of others, I, as a highly sensitive spiritual director, have got to listen very closely to my own response to all of the conflict. 701 more words

Inner Work

Lift Your Eyes Above Your Woundedness

Everyone has moments of doubt. Whether it involves business or personal life, those nagging “woulda-coulda-shoulda” moments seem to have an uncanny knack for appearing at the most inopportune times. 570 more words

More Thoughts on Woundedness

Since starting my sabbatical (all 3 days so far), I’ve asked God to reveal to me (and my group of confidantes traveling this with me) the depth of my woundedness.   320 more words

Sabbatical

Picking and choosing

You can only accept deepest joy
when you decide to accept it all

© Meisaan Chan

Spiritual Poetry

On stings and letting go

At the conference I am attending, today is a day of silence, quiet, and reflection.  This makes my soul very happy.  We began the day in our normal rhythm, with breakfast.  696 more words

On Faith

On Secrets

A secret

is not a mystery

to be hinted at,

sought out,

with clues dropped here and there,

a trail to pick up and find; 153 more words

Musings