• contemplation,  meditation,  panENtheism,  spiritual renewal,  spirituality

    Meditating with Fr. Richard Rohr

    Spread Love in 2018 For 2018, I’ve decided to follow Fr. Richard Rohr’s daily meditations. I invite you to follow along with me by subscribing at the Center for Action and Contemplation. The theme for this year is “Image and Likeness:” Over the course of this year’s Daily Meditations, discover opportunities to incarnate love in your unique context by unveiling the Image and Likeness of God in all that you see and do. This is my favorite quote from today’s meditation: God loves us center to center. Happy New Year!

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  • awe,  joy,  spiritual renewal,  spirituality

    Want to have an awe-filled life?

    Greater Good Science Center published this excellent article by Alex Springer: Who Experiences the Most Awe? The bottom line is that anyone can experience more awe in their lives. Springer writes, “How can you become more awe-some? Start by scheduling in more awe-inspiring moments, such as spending time in nature or around your favorite art.” Read the article and let me know what you think!

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  • motivation monday,  self-care,  self-discovery,  spiritual renewal,  spring,  vernal equinox

    Symbols of New Life at the Vernal Equinox

    Spring has arrived Today is the Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. Spring represents new beginnings and new life in many cultures. Eggs, bunnies, lambs, flowers, and green leaves on trees are all symbols of hope. We also associate the vernal equinox with a time of spring cleaning: getting rid of the old, bringing in the new, and restoring vitality and health to our homes. The spring equinox is also a time for creativity and fresh starts. This quote from playwright George Bernard Shaw fits right into these spring time themes: Life isn’t about finding yourself. It’s about creating yourself. Last week I was thinking about pruning. This week I’m…

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