Tag Archives: Anxiety

Blessed Unrest

Reading: Fault Lines by Robert Walsh  As we have been feeling the fault lines in all of our living rooms this week, I’ve been thinking about the stories of the Hebrew Bible.  Especially the story of Exodus – which begins with an … Continue reading

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State of Emergence-y

When I came back from sabbatical last fall, I carried with me this one poem as a guiding light, and grounding. It’s by Pablo Neruda, called Keeping Quiet. It’s a poem about the wisdom of stillness – the healing we … Continue reading

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Hush

Bluebird by Charles Bukowski There’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out But I’m too tough for him I say, stay in there I’m not going to let anybody see you There’s a bluebird in my heart … Continue reading

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(Don’t) Be Afraid – Christmas Eve Homily 2018

We live in times where fear is a regular part of life.  People often feel afraid  – sometimes very afraid. For themselves, for their future – for their children, for our earth, and for our world.   It’s why I’ve been … Continue reading

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