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Tag Archives: response

Responding Instead of Reacting

I believe we are made for love, that our natural abiding place is love, and that we in fact are love. Continue Reading Responding Instead of Reacting

Transformed by the Dark Night

If something does not give birth to humility, and love, and dying to self, and simplicity, and silence—what can it be? Continue Reading Transformed by the Dark Night

Love

Mystics experience a full-bodied embrace by Divine Love, and then spend their lives trying to verbalize and embody it. Continue Reading Love

It Can’t Be Carried Alone: Weekly Summary

Just as salvation is one collective reality, so too is evil. It is always collective. Continue Reading It Can’t Be Carried Alone: Weekly Summary

Stay with the Suffering

When we try to live in solidarity with the world’s pain, we will encounter various forms of “crucifixion.” Continue Reading Stay with the Suffering

Be Not Afraid: Weekly Summary

Jesus invites us to discover that our fear is woven into God’s own life. Continue Reading Be Not Afraid: Weekly Summary

A Mother Hen God

Because maybe the opposite of fear isn’t bravery.  Maybe the opposite of fear is love. Continue Reading A Mother Hen God

Love’s Method of Communication

Everything around us is the generosity of God. Continue Reading Love’s Method of Communication

The Spirit of Ubuntu

Who I will be is deeply related to who you are. Continue Reading The Spirit of Ubuntu

Creation as the Body of God

This earth is the very Body of God, and it is from this body that we are born, live, suffer, and resurrect to eternal life. Continue Reading Creation as the Body of God

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