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The Compassion Adventure

In times such as these, when xenophobia, (fear of the stranger who doesn’t look exactly like me), is rampant, when little children are caged to punish their parents for seeking asylum from war, when women and gay people and people … Continue reading

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Wisdom Teacher Needed

When you feel a bit of longing, or a tragic sense of¬†lostness, with no idea of how to proceed with your life, you might seek out a wisdom teacher to guide you.¬† Should you go with a monk and priest, … Continue reading

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A Story of Radical Generosity

Two women from the street had made friends, each of a different race, (which clearly did not matter to them at all). They arrived late Tuesday afternoon for their first visit with us in the Good Samaritan/Open Table ministry, so … Continue reading

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Crossing the line of different

“…we have no idea what will land on the shoreline of morning tomorrow,” according to John O’Donohue in an interview with Krista Tippett for “On Being.” There is a line right there in front of us. On the other side … Continue reading

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Christ Spirit in a Muslim Girl

I believe the Christ Spirit still inhabits people today, and I have most recently seen an appearance in a passionate and powerful Muslim girl. Her name is Malala Yousafzai. Mystics are blessed to see the kingdom of God all around … Continue reading

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New World Order

So here is a brief query for your morning reflection. After the 2014 elections it is clear we are in for more changes with our elected officials. We do not yet know what the new world of 2015 will look … Continue reading

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