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Tag Archives: Simplicity

A Spirituality of Imperfection: Weekly Summary

Perfection seems to emerge from how we handle the imperfection that is everywhere, especially in ourselves. Continue Reading A Spirituality of Imperfection: Weekly Summary

Simplicity Is about Freedom

We will not be happy living selfishly in a small world. Continue Reading Simplicity Is about Freedom

Ever-Widening Circles

There is Big Truth in this universe, and it certainly isn’t mine. Continue Reading Ever-Widening Circles

What Do We Do With Money? Weekly Summary

What Do We Do With Money? Saturday, September 25, 2021 Week Thirty-Eight Summary and Practice Sunday, September 19—Friday, September 24, 2021 Sunday Money and soul have never been separate in our unconscious because they are both about human exchanges, and therefore, divine exchange. —Richard Rohr Monday The reign of God is a worldview of abundance.… Continue Reading What Do We Do With Money? Weekly Summary

Curbing Our Appetites

What Do We Do With Money? Curbing Our Appetites Friday, September 24, 2021 Sallie McFague (1933–2019) was a renowned scholar in the theological disciplines of ecology, economics, and feminist Christianity. In her book Blessed Are the Consumers, she calls consumerism “the most successful religion on the planet” with catastrophic results for humanity and our planet.… Continue Reading Curbing Our Appetites

An Expanding Love: Weekly Summary

An Expanding Love Saturday, March 20, 2021 Week Eleven Summary and Practice Sunday, March 14—Friday, March 19, 2021 Sunday Peter himself began to recognize that God works with all people of goodwill—not just people in his group. But he had to be pushed there. Little by little, God leads him to universal love. Monday To… Continue Reading An Expanding Love: Weekly Summary

Wisdom: Weekly Summary

Wisdom Saturday, February 27, 2021 Week Eight Summary and Practice Sunday, February 21—Friday, February 26, 2021 Sunday Jesus teaches his disciples through his lifestyle, a kind of “seminary of life.” Monday What Jesus experiences in his consciousness, we are to experience in ours. We are to enter into his very heart, the center of his… Continue Reading Wisdom: Weekly Summary

The Gift of a Simple Life

St. Francis: A Message for Our Times The Gifts of a Simple Life Thursday, October 8, 2020 My brothers! My brothers! God has called me by the way of [humility], and showed me the way of simplicity. . . . The Lord told me what He wanted: He wanted me to be a new fool… Continue Reading The Gift of a Simple Life

Taking a Step Towards Simplicity

St. Francis: A Message of Our Times Taking a Step Towards Simplicity Wednesday, October 7, 2020 As you announce peace with your mouth, make sure that greater peace is in your hearts. . . . For we have been called to heal wounds, to bind up the broken, and to call home any who have… Continue Reading Taking a Step Towards Simplicity

Freedom in the Desert

Mystics and the Margins Freedom in the Desert Tuesday, September 29, 2020 When Christianity became the established religion of the Roman Empire, something remarkable and strange took place. A whole set of people began to flock to the margins of the Empire to pursue God. They went to the deserts of Palestine, Cappadocia, Syria, and… Continue Reading Freedom in the Desert

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