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Living in a Transitional Age

Jan 18, 2021 Minute Meditations
Living in a transitional age is scary: It’s falling apart, it’s unknowable, it doesn’t cohere, it doesn’t make sense, it’s all mystery again, and we can’t put order in it.

Read with the Eyes of Compassion

Jan 17, 2021 Minute Meditations
There’s a moral realism in healthy and grounded people. They’re not ideological, on the left or the right. They can accept people whom others have judged for one reason or another.

Compassion and Dialogue

Jan 16, 2021 Minute Meditations
Compassion and dialogue are essentially vulnerable positions. If we are into control and predictability, we will seldom descend into the weakness of listening or the scariness of dialogue.

A Sense of Community

Jan 15, 2021 Minute Meditations
The hunger for meaning and the need for hope in this deconstructed society cannot be satisfied by merely private choices.

Prayer Is Singing God’s Song

Jan 14, 2021 Minute Meditations
Whatever we hear, but also whatever we see, taste, touch, or smell, vibrates deep down with God’s song

An Ocean of Divine Love

Jan 13, 2021 Minute Meditations
Where love is genuine, belonging is always mutual. It is like submerging ourselves into an ocean of sublime grace.

The Grace of Solitude

Jan 12, 2021 Minute Meditations
All of us—each in a different measure—have need of solitude, because we need to cultivate mindfulness.

Growing in Mindfulness

Jan 11, 2021 Minute Meditations
Gratefulness can be practiced, cultivated, learned. And as we grow in gratefulness, we grow in mindfulness.

Do We Limit Belonging?

Jan 10, 2021 Minute Meditations
when you really live with common sense, that has no limitations; you live out of a morality that includes everybody,

Prayer Shines a Light

Jan 9, 2021 Minute Meditations
In its fullness, prayer is an encounter with God that transforms the way we see and interact with the world.