For the first time in months I am alone, and for the first time in almost a year I am wrapped in a cocoon of silence.
Thomas Merton says our service to the world might be simply to keep a place where there is no noise, where people can be silent together. Some reflections.
Losing power is often seen as a negative event. But the gift in losing power is in what we gain.
In a time of a global sacred pause, the noise is louder than ever. Real talk, a rant, and some wisdom about what’s going on right now.
Shelter in place orders seem to give us the space we crave, but whether it will bring an end to busy is up to you.
Do you ever feel like the inner narrator and the voices in your head just won’t stop talking? Here’s how to shut down the party.
Simple rituals. A celebration of values. A space in which we can see, hear, and feel. A moment where time stops. Any day can be a holy day.