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Tag Archives: Mystery

A Humble Mystery

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

Love and Suffering

Love and suffering are the primary spiritual teachers more than any Bible, church, sacrament, or minister. Continue Reading Love and Suffering

Everyday Mysticism

I am an everyday mystic. So are you. Continue Reading Everyday Mysticism

Expanding Our Vision: Weekly Summary

An ethical and moral life is about letting go of indifference and learning how to see. Continue Reading Expanding Our Vision: Weekly Summary

Mystical Certitude

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

The God Beyond What We Know

There is an arrogance that comes from knowing and thinking that we normally have the right answer. Continue Reading The God Beyond What We Know

Humble Knowing

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

Unknowing

I would not sacrifice my soul for all the beauty of this world. Continue Reading Unknowing

Real Presence

When Jesus spoke the words “This is my Body,” I believe he was speaking about the whole universe. Continue Reading Real Presence

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

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