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Originally posted on The Still Point:
Each New Year’s Day I am confronted with the challenge of wanting to get physically and spiritually fit, but also confronted with the challenge of my all-too-human inclinations. I found some help in my…
In the wise, charming and funny movie, You Can’t Take It with You (1938 Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director, Frank Capra), there’s a conversation on a park bench between Alice Sycamore (played by Jean Arthur) and Tony … Continue reading
A previous blog described The Four Spiritual Types, as set forth by Corinne Ware in Discover Your Spiritual Type (Alban Institute, 1995): head, heart, mystic, and social justice. Here I will give examples of prayer exercises which may be helpful … Continue reading
I recently attended at the Attleboro Arts Museum a talk by B. A. Shapiro, author of The Art Forger, a New York Times bestseller. She described 25 years of joyfully writing novels and experiencing constant disappointment and frustration in the … Continue reading
The season of Epiphany, which began January 6, is the season for sharing light. Through the prophet Isaiah (42:6) God tells us: “I have taken you by the hand and kept you; I have given you as a covenant to … Continue reading