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.”

All Will Be Well

“These are the times that try men’s souls.” wrote Thomas Paine, about the tyranny of the British against the colonists of America in December 1776. It feels like we are experiencing the tyranny of a microscopic entity known as COVID19. These are indeed the times that try all our souls and our hearts, our patience,Continue reading “All Will Be Well”

Soul Collage© and Labyrinths

Since I last wrote, I’ve attended several training opportunities which also gifted me with spiritual growth as well. In December, I flew to Connecticut and then took a very expensive cab to Westfield, Massachusetts for a 5 day training workshop to be a SoulCollage© facilitator. I have created a information page here on the insContinue reading “Soul Collage© and Labyrinths”

All Good Gifts

What if we were always grateful instead of just one day or one month of the year? We have one day in November where we stop and give thanks. Typically it is a day where we consume too much food, experience the usual uncomfortable family dynamics and for some, a frantic day of shopping. WeContinue reading “All Good Gifts”