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Reflection for June 21, 2017

At age thirty Julian of Norwich was gravely ill and lying on what she thought was her deathbed. At that time she received sixteen visions— most notable were of Christ bleeding in front of her, the motherhood of God, and … Continue reading

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Reflection for June 15, 2017

When we are training in the art of peace, we are not given any promises that, because of our noble intentions, everything will be okay. In fact, there are no promises of fruition at all. Instead, we are encouraged to … Continue reading

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Reflection for June 7, 2017

Where has he gone My dearest son? Perhaps during the uprising The cruel enemy killed him Ah, you bad people In the name of God, the most holy Tell me, why did you kill My son? Never again Will I … Continue reading

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Reflection for May 31, 2017

I went inside my heart to see how it was.  Something there makes me hear the whole world weeping.   –Rumi When sleeping women wake, mountains move. –A Chinese Proverb If ever there comes a time when women of the … Continue reading

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Reflection for May 24, 2017

According to A Course in Miracles, our job is to tell someone they’re right, even when they’re wrong.  That doesn’t mean we are supposed to lie.  It does mean, however, that it’s always our mission to affirm someone’s humanity, even … Continue reading

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Reflection for May 17, 201

The only way forward is in the direction of a common passion, for nothing in the universe can ultimately resist the cumulative ardor of the collective soul. Teilhard de Chardin People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness.  Just because … Continue reading

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Reflection for May 3, 2017

For many years, at great cost, I traveled through many countries, saw the high mountains, the oceans.  The only things I did not see were the sparkling dewdrops in the grass just outside my door. Rabindranath Tagore

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Reflection for April 26, 2017

I see myself in all the people in the world who are suffering and who are very badly treated and who are often made to feel that they have no place on this Earth.    –Alice Walker– In a world … Continue reading

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Reflection for April 19, 2017

After any true God experience, you know that you are a part of a much bigger whole.  Life is not about you; you are about Life.  You are an instance of an eternal pattern.  Life is living itself in you. … Continue reading

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Reflection for April 12, 2017

Please Call Me By My True Names Do not say that I’ll depart tomorrow even today I am still arriving Look deeply: every second I am arriving to be a bud on a Spring branch, to be a tiny bird … Continue reading

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