It’s not For Sale

As much as it may seem or as much as I pretend to have gained through the ravages of active addiction and the process of recovering from it. I still feel like a pathetic fool and a fraud. There is something below in my psyche that tells me I have a price to pay andContinue reading “It’s not For Sale”

It is possible!

However hard it may be to fathom, one thing I must do above all else is to wholeheartedly accept what is. Eliminating or changing unhealthy ideas, behaviors or situations from my life are other options, but. I must accept that things are exactly the way they are supposed to be at this moment. As soon as IContinue reading “It is possible!”

Everything is sacred

From my perspective, I see that it is true. From the contrast of a crow in the snow. to the ingenuity of humanity to create and express, lends to us all a richness that, if one is still and aware, provides meaning to life.   One of my favorite things to do to provide nutrition toContinue reading “Everything is sacred”

Things in my craw

There are a few things I am considering while macerating these to formulate some relatable content to digest and hopefully feed your soul. Unselfconsciousness- Acting in a manner where one is not conscious of one’s self Seeing beyond my own hurt and worry, through action in an attempt comfort or help another and authentically caring therebyContinue reading “Things in my craw”

Something out of the Ordinary

Or perhaps, for you, not so much. Today or I should say. Beginning late last night I went to Christmas midnight Mass. I felt led to participate in this blessed tradition and am not sure of why. I went embracing the mystery of it all. I am not Catholic and am still mystified by all theContinue reading “Something out of the Ordinary”

The Objective Seems Obvious

I find the writings of Thomas Merton a profound foretaste to what is painfully obvious to me in today’s media and political and cultural discourse. “A message to Poets” Thomas Merton  February 1964 “COLLECTIVE LIFE is often organized on the basis of cunning, doubt, and guilt. True solidarity is destroyed by the political art of pitting one manContinue reading “The Objective Seems Obvious”

How could I?

I like to think that I have a strong faith in God. Yet I have recently had occasion to doubt. DOUBT transitive verb archaic a: fear b: suspect to call into question the truth of : to be uncertain or in doubt about a: to lack confidence in-Distrust b: to consider unlikely. I had been thinkingContinue reading “How could I?”

The most valuable thing

It was slightly more than 20 years ago. A delightful summer afternoon, ironically this memory includes me mowing the lawn. Ironic because I because I mow lawns for a living in the summer. My friend John is walking by. I stop what I’m doing to visit. He tells me about a new type of treatment program thatContinue reading “The most valuable thing”

Faith in the Love that surrounds me

I can’t see it, touch it, smell it or hear it. I do know, however, that it is there. I can feel it if I am open and attentive to it. Love is infinite, unbounded and beyond description. I must, if I am to pass it on to those I encounter practice faith in it.Continue reading “Faith in the Love that surrounds me”

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