A new landing place was revealed to me last evening, another perspective … and, as is usually the case with the Buddhist way, offering itself in a gentle manner. But what I truly love about this way is that, with Continue reading Golden leaves.
Quite likely, even for those who haven’t read the Bible, you’re familiar with this thought. Consider these words expanded: Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that spitefully Continue reading Love your enemy.
… inside of me there is one too. Following is a post I had written and set aside, drawn now to release it. Early one morning, just after Christmas last year, I checked my email, finding a link and a Continue reading There is a road inside of you …
Although I know there are no accidents in how this life unfolds, there are still moments that catch my attention. And I just had one. I had already decided to carry my previous post a bit further today … drawn Continue reading Who do you believe?
A casual walk down Anystreet, USA will take you past many churches. They’re everywhere. The perspectives represented are numerous, all attempting to do what they are led to do. They may be Christian, they may not be … but when Continue reading A stumbling block.
Years ago, when I worked with kids, I often used music as a point of connection. It has an amazing way of bringing folks together, wouldn’t you say? Most folks who play music with/for kids likely know about a book Continue reading Stumbling along the way.
Max was a Jew. Liesel was a young girl whose mother was a Communist. They met at a little house in Germany during Hitler’s reign, their story shared in a film called, The Book Thief. Movies such as this, based Continue reading Down to the letter.