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Tag Archives: Humility

A Humble Mystery

I think Francis of Assisi grasped something of the mystery of God. Continue Reading A Humble Mystery

A Gospel of Humility

I’m convinced that Jesus’ good news is that God’s choice is always for the excluded one. Continue Reading A Gospel of Humility

Essential Humility

In seeing the many ways we are similar and how our lives are inextricably linked, we can find empathy and compassion. Continue Reading Essential Humility

Knowing Less, Loving More

We need transformed people today, and not just people with answers. Continue Reading Knowing Less, Loving More

Living Our Faith in All Circumstances

Jesus’ constant invitation, follow me, means imitate me and join me on my journey toward a new way of being human. Continue Reading Living Our Faith in All Circumstances

Mystical Certitude

Our present notion of God is never it, because if we comprehend it, it is not God. Continue Reading Mystical Certitude

Speaking of What Truly Matters

The people who find God are usually people who are very serious about their quest and their questions. Continue Reading Speaking of What Truly Matters

Humble Knowing

Jesus himself consistently honored and allowed Mystery. Continue Reading Humble Knowing

God Surrenders to Us in Love

God does not hold back and wait until we get things right; rather, God loves us where we are and as we are. Continue Reading God Surrenders to Us in Love

Trusting Our Essential Self

Jesus revealed a paradox in his entire being: human and divine are not separate, but one! Continue Reading Trusting Our Essential Self

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