Meeting Each Day from Love

In this Valentine’s week, I continue to focus on the two priorities – dare I say “resolutions!” – that I spoke about in a blog video at the beginning of the year: 1) Slow down to the speed of presence, and 2) Be love. Holding those resolutions as my ongoing top priorities has helped me…

Finding Hope For a Hurting World

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.  – Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist As we approach the year-end holidays, the “state of the world” continues to become more and more complex and complicated. Societal fear, pain, anger, distrust, and unrest is…

What Do You Choose As Your Center?

The center is what holds, feeds, supports, and defines the circle. What do you choose to put in the center of the circle of your life?  – Reverend Craig Barnes This past summer at Chautauqua, I had the privilege of hearing Reverend Craig Barnes speak several times. The president of Princeton Theological Seminary, Rev. Barnes is…

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