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Keeping Our Center ~ Day 67

21 May, 2020


In an article in Psychology Today , Hara Estroff Marano writes that in addition to being spiritual, a belief in oneself is essential to resilience. Coincidentally, I have a cute little journal that was given to me a few years ago that sits on...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 66

20 May, 2020


Resiliency… it’s how we get through the trying, difficult, often painful times in life. We will all need an extra dose of resiliency to make it through not only this time of Safer-at Home, but the economic downturn, the fear of a second wave of...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 65

19 May, 2020


When I was younger, and especially when I had kids to get ready for school, I tended to hit the ground running as soon as I was out of bed. Now that I’m a tad bit older I have the blessing of being able to ease into the day a little more. I can...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 64

18 May, 2020


I’ve been living with a sore neck since sometime last summer. It got out of whack somehow (I think I’m blaming the pull lawnmower and/or the dog), and nothing I did helped. It would be better some days than others, but then I’d go to sleep and...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 63

17 May, 2020


Mother Teresa once said, “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” And she is SO right (though I don’t always appreciate that). Jesus never said, “Judge others as I have judged you.” Nope. He said, “ Love others as I have loved you...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 62

16 May, 2020


Yesterday I talked about God as a verb. Today I’m wondering if we all shouldn’t shed the notion of ourselves as nouns, things, objects. We are human beings after all. English anthropologist, Gregory Bateson, was fond of saying, “Stamp out all...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 60

14 May, 2020


Does my life have meaning? I imagine this is a question we’ve all wrestled with once or twice. It is a profoundly deep question. But I didn’t realize it was a flawed question until I read something that Parker Palmer wrote. Basically, he said...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 59

13 May, 2020


Yesterday I was getting ready to cook some Italian chicken sausage on the grill for lunch. I set the plate of sausage down for a minute to go in search of the lighter, I wasn’t gone for more than a minute and when I returned two of the four...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 58

12 May, 2020


This time of quarantining, or staying at home, puts a whole new perspective on Anne Frank and her family who spent 761 days in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam during World War II. 761 days! Can you imagine? No sunshine on your...

Keeping Our Center ~ Day 57

11 May, 2020


Brother David Steindl-Rast said, “In everything we experience, we can hear God singing, if we listen attentively.” Stop for just a moment. Take a deep breath. Do you hear it? If I pause to intentionally listen for God’s singing, I feel the...

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