Monthly Archives: September 2020

Beautiful Disaster

What if we marinated our woes in love, patience, and empathy? Baked it at 370 degrees of vulnerability and accountability? What a beautiful disaster when fear is no longer the main course or ingredient of our recipes. Source: itsamavee Back … Continue reading

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Exercising Hope

“It’s in times of difficulty that we often become most aware of hope. We become acutely aware that we’re short on hope or we seek it. Or we become particularly aware of the precious sources of hope in our life.” … Continue reading

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Sabbath as Resistance

In Ken Shigematsu’s book, “Survival Guide for the Soul: How to Flourish Spiritually in a a World that Pressures Us to Achieve,” he writes a chapter titled, “Sabbath: The Rhythm of Resistance.” It’s a strange way to talk about sabbath, … Continue reading

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The Need to be Listened To

Anyone – by Demi Lovato I tried to talk to my piano I tried to talk to my guitar Talked to my imagination Confided into alcohol I tried and tried and tried some more Told secrets ’til my voice was sore … Continue reading

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