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Time & boredom

I don’t know where things like the following come from except to say it’s a reverie triggered by reading Joseph Brodsky’s essay, “Listening to Boredom” (from his commencement address at Dartmouth College, reprinted in the March 1995  279 more words

Our Father who art in Heaven (OF1)

While this first line of the “Our Father” can state the obvious—where else would our heavenly father be?—let’s look at it a bit more closely. 176 more words

Food For Thought

healing

“God will judge us by what we did to relieve the suffering of our fellow human beings. I don’t think God cares what doctrine we embrace.” 368 more words

Photography

Twin Flames: The Highest Pathways of Love and being Loved: EN-LIGHT-EN-MENT

To love and be loved is an infinite Precious gift.

If this gift is not nurtured, treasured, and truly honored from deep within, it will dissipitate and ultimately cause more woundedness. 1,176 more words

Freedom

Freedom: the state of being free, unrestricted.

I am mindful of the freedom I have that has been denied to so many others for a multitude of reasons.But before my large intestine was removed I felt enslaved to an illness that brought fear and feelings of powerlessness. 587 more words

Chronic Illness

Forgiveness is Hell

The BBC World Service recently featured some striking coverage of responses to Wednesday’s shooting at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina, particularly from within the church community itself.  600 more words

Violence

Brokenness

Brokenness: lacking wholeness

I’m unsure whether the term ‘brokenness’ is widely used in religious circles, psychological circles or it is a word that has become part of our mainstream lexicon. 592 more words

Chronic Illness