If we consider anything we know how to do now, wouldn’t if be safe to say there was a time when we struggled to even do it in a basic sense? Remember those early days trying to stay upright on Continue reading Practice makes perfect.
There are two meditations I use frequently: The Pattern on the Trestleboard … and the Lord’s Prayer. The latter is attributed to Jesus, the Christ, in response to a question as to how one should pray. With that in mind, Continue reading The Lord’s Prayer.
What is it that draws us to accept another as worthy? Does it all hinge on what they have to offer us? Do we see only clothes? Physical attractiveness? Stature? Talent? Will “knowing” them bring us benefit? These are hard Continue reading Entertaining Angels unaware.
Today, the focus will be on statements 5 and 6 of the Pattern on the Trestleboard. 5 – Severity I recognize the manifestation of the Undeviating Justice in all the circumstances of my life. Justice! That’s all “we” ask for. We hear Continue reading Severity & Beauty.
The blue cloth chair sat by the window that opened to the wooded edge of a hill in the valley. Many evenings I was there by myself, yet never alone. Some nights were easy. The thoughts flowed like newly fallen Continue reading Fine tuning.