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Tag Archives: wisdom

Nondual Faith

The greatest enemy of ordinary daily goodness and joy is the demand for some supposed perfection or order. Continue Reading Nondual Faith

God the Mother

Wisdom is the way God is manifest in the world. To know Her is to know God as well. Continue Reading God the Mother

The Wisdom of Darkness

No matter how fractured things seem to be, there is a solid foundation within and beneath us, beside and between us. Continue Reading The Wisdom of Darkness

Praying for Wisdom

The words of the Gospel create an alternative consciousness, solid ground on which we can really stand. Continue Reading Praying for Wisdom

Kneeling before the Mystery

Religion has always said that an authentic God encounter is the quickest and truest path to such wisdom. Continue Reading Kneeling before the Mystery

An Alternative Way to Live

The Sermon on the Mount An Alternative Way to Live Sunday, July 18, 2021 I am told that the Sermon on the Mount—the essence of Jesus’ teaching—is the least quoted Scripture in official Catholic Church documents. We must be honest and admit that most of Christianity has focused very little on what Jesus himself taught… Continue Reading An Alternative Way to Live

Letting Go of What Used to Be

An Evolving Faith Letting Go of What Used to Be Thursday, June 3, 2021 God is doing new things, Jesus proclaimed, but only those with new minds and hearts can see a new world breaking through the cracks of the old. —Ilia Delio, The Hours of the Universe If evolution is the language of growth… Continue Reading Letting Go of What Used to Be

A Mystic for Our Times

All Will Be Well A Mystic for Our Times Monday, April 5, 2021 My friend Matthew Fox published a book during the COVID-19 pandemic about Julian of Norwich. I love Julian’s teachings because she focuses on God’s infinite love, goodness, and mercy. Even during the Black Death (bubonic plague) in which perhaps a third of… Continue Reading A Mystic for Our Times

Wisdom beyond the Veil

Communion of Saints Wisdom beyond the Veil Tuesday, March 9, 2021 By passing along the narrow road they widened it, and while they went along, trampling on the rough ways, they went ahead of us. —Augustine of Hippo, Sermon for the feast of Saint Quadratus I can’t imagine that God expects all human beings to… Continue Reading Wisdom beyond the Veil

How Difficult It Is to See Clearly

Learning How to See How Difficult It Is to See Clearly Sunday, February 28, 2021 Every viewpoint is a view from a point. Unless we recognize and admit our own personal and cultural viewpoints, we will never know how to decentralize our own perspective. We will live with a high degree of illusion and blindness… Continue Reading How Difficult It Is to See Clearly

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