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“Okay, I guess I will let you lick me on the neck.”

That’s what Rocky the dog said to Fury the cat. And he continued: “It feels like compassion, and I could use some compassion about now.” In this way two pets became my teachers. Letting others have compassion for us, which helps … Continue reading

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Holy Conversations

Holy conversations happen with small groups like with these friends above, (Cheryl, Cynthia, and Alisha), as we open our hearts and share what matters most to us. This kind of group spiritual direction happens all over town as people gather … Continue reading

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Today I saw the president cry

Today I saw the president cry, the president of the United States of America. He cried at the thought of first graders like this young man being shot at in their own schools. He cried because our kids can’t feel … Continue reading

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Follow sudden inspiration

I was walking out of the Mercy Endeavors Senior Center when I met Peter on the street. He was dressed up like a man on his way to church. It turned out Peter takes his church with him wherever he goes–on … Continue reading

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