Transitions in our lives extract us from the everyday unconscious motion and routine and offer opportunities for reflective resets. I happen to currently be in the process of transitioning jobs (which accounts for some inconsistency in my posting lately and foreseeably); and for these first two months of the year, I’ve got a foot inContinue reading “a life thus far lesson”
an alternative perspective on God and suffering
not a lot changed in 2022 except for my perspective….
As you may have observed if you read this regularly, or at least my wine post two weeks ago, I have an appreciation for language and piecing words together to precisely convey what I’m thinking. A few weeks ago, attempting to draw the congregation’s attention to the true meaning of this Advent and Christmas season,Continue reading “More than Winter Bacchanalia”
developing better background noise
Last week, I was struck by an unexpected book review posted by a friend on Facebook. “You will laugh and cry and reach deep into your soul to figure out your purpose in life…”
Life is contrasts, and in each moment, we make decisions on where to focus our attention.
Maybe as a start, we can tune in more to the humans we pass as we go about our busy days
Top of the morning my little prickly Irish gift to this Universe… I got you, just ask (wink)…
Is this energy within ME who I really want to be?
Life actually seemed pretty good when I stopped to notice, not really “poor me” much at all.
Tolerance… have we been using the wrong word?
Following my own advice from two weeks ago, I stopped, listened, and watched more…. Wow, how spoiled we are… Some attention to what’s been right in front of me inspired muse and I wrote a poem. I hope it inspires your own attention to this spring’s exuberance and energy! The Canvas of Nature So muchContinue reading “The Canvas of Nature”
Break on through to the other side… Mom!
An abstract annoyance with noise from behind a curtain was actually something REAL