Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tapping the Wellspring

I step out for a walk, longing to share my love.  Around the corner a stranger crosses my path where, through smiles of recognition, our love intersects, uplifting our spirits.    When we tap the wellspring, we come to life—blossoming … Continue reading

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Stream of Experience

Today I hear: Don’t make too much of circumstance. Allow it to be what it is without attaching importance.  In that way I can access the eternal—the flow of experience connecting me with God.   I want to make the … Continue reading

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The Past in Witness

It is possible to live in the clutches of the past. It is also possible to step away to view from a distance what once played a role. By the cool, impartial grace of Witness, I close one door and … Continue reading

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Faith on the Spiritual Climb

When you have outgrown certain ways but can’t readily overcome, it is like being stuck on an incline, too wearied to step away, the next step out of reach.    All through life patterns that served earlier simply no longer … Continue reading

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Home

With the New Year and the heart of winter upon us, thoughts turn towards home. A couple years ago, I set out from my Denver home with the goal of learning to be at home, wherever my journey may take … Continue reading

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