Tag Archives: Great Mystery

Big Life Includes Small Deaths

Spirituality of Letting Go: Week 2 Big Life Includes Small Deaths Friday, September 9, 2016 All the world can give us is small thinking, a small mind. But small mind, without the unitive experience of big mind, makes us feel unbearably alone. We feel lost, existentially guilty, and often fragile and powerless. A lot of… Continue Reading Big Life Includes Small Deaths

The Stumbling Stone

Two Halves of Life: Week 1 The Stumbling Stone Tuesday, June 14, 2016 The transition from the first half of life to the second half often involves a stumbling stone. In Greek the word for stumbling block is skandalon, from which the English word scandal also comes. Originally, scandal expressed how you felt about yourself… Continue Reading The Stumbling Stone

God’s Solidarity with Suffering

Incarnation: Week 2 God’s Solidarity with Suffering Friday, January 22, 2016 While resurrection is where incarnation leads, there is one caveat, and it’s a big one: transformation and “crucifixion” must intervene between life and Life. Some form of loss, metamorphosis, or transformation always precedes any rejuvenation. We see this throughout the entire physical and biological universe.… Continue Reading God’s Solidarity with Suffering

Every Creature Is a Word of God

Nature as the First Bible Every Creature Is a Word of God Thursday, January 22, 2015 God brought things into being in order that his [sic] goodness might be communicated to creatures, and be represented by them; and because his goodness could not be adequately represented by one creature alone, he produced many and diverse… Continue Reading Every Creature Is a Word of God

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