An open window view over a green backyard bracing for fall. The trees gently sway as I listen to a Catholic audio meditation regarding Lectio-divina. The reader ask me to listen closely to a few lines of scripture. After setting the passage and the scene my eyes close and listen, and a few lines in I hear and pay close attention to the following: … Read More Mystic or Cynic?
(0) Endings Always Bring; New Beginnings https://orionbrightstar.wordpress.com/2019/10/25/agape-is-gods-love-for-all-souls/ — Read on orionbrightstar.wordpress.com/2019/10/25/agape-is-gods-love-for-all-souls/ A blogger that writes pieces longer than myself! The art of deep thought and wrestling with life’s meaning does not fit well in. Tweet or a meme. This post hits resentments, loss, and worries. My spiritual response…. What lamentations or resentments do I hold today against others? I can think of a few, … Read More (0) Endings Always Bring; New Beginnings
Three Camps: Today, for me, is the holiest of holy days. I cannot speak to this before I talk to all my brothers and sisters – Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Agnostics, other religions of the world, and Athiest alike. I also invite those whose lens is oriented by a political identity – Republican, Democrat, Independent, Unaffiliated, Socialist, Communist, and other political ideologies. Let me … Read More The Magdaline
Transformation in Christ by Dietrich Von Hildebrand: On Humility (Chapter 3: 149 – 188): Take a few minutes and consider your personal reaction to the word Humility or Humble. In American culture it can be seen as a great asset or great weakness. It is context dependent. The American Psychological Association[i] and Forbes[ii] business magazine see great utility in the trait of humility. It … Read More Radical Transformation: Part III