Project Labyrinth

Solvitur Ambulando “It is solved by walking”. This quote is attributed to St. Augustine. Walking prayer. Walking meditation. Peace in every step. I’ve experienced the peace of walking a labyrinth and after attending a Verditas https://www.veriditas.org/ facilitator training workshop in January, 2020, I knew I had to build one in our backyard. If you’ve attendedContinue reading “Project Labyrinth”

Go gently . . .

I have avoided writing for some time now. I suppose, like most people, I’m fatigued. Zoom fatigued. COVID19 fatigued, Change fatigued. Decision fatigued. Why are you so racist? Fatigued. Wear a mask and avoid people fatigued. I’m tired. I’m grumpy and if there was a dwarf named angry, I’d be her too! And I don’tContinue reading “Go gently . . .”

Transition and Liminal Space

It seems Nature is oblivious to the chaos and fear surrounding COVID19 and the violence of the past weeks. I’m envious. I envy Nature’s ability to be above it all and to carry on with the business of being what they are. Songbirds sing without a care. Squirrels scamper and chase one another around theContinue reading “Transition and Liminal Space”

The “goodness” of Good Friday

At first blush, meditating on the goodness of Good Friday seems to be foolish. What is good about a day designed to make Christians stop and ponder a gruesome, ghastly death of a seemingly innocent man? To reflect on an event of a man caught up in government hierarchy and power, who was tried withoutContinue reading “The “goodness” of Good Friday”

We’re all in this together.

I realize you are probably overwhelmed with information, news and emails filling up your digital mailbox. I’ll keep this short and sweet. You are not alone. If you are feeling alone or lonely, call someone, send a card or an email. If you are feeling afraid. It’s okay. I am too – a bit. TheContinue reading “We’re all in this together.”