I've wondered about this question as we recently watched COP26, the Global Climate Summit end in much the same way. No war time effort to resolve this freight train bearing down on the earth and all her inhabitants. Only a few half hearted attempts by top negotiators to reign in coal and receive a scolding … Continue reading Where are we going?
As many of you know, I've been pondering Sabbath for awhile. The book I wrote, published in 2018 (Soul Tending: Journey into the Heart of Sabbath, Skylight Path Publishing) was only the beginning of a what seems to be a life long journey. My brain continues to chew on the idea that Sabbath is the … Continue reading Wild Sabbath
Love After Love
The days melt into one another here in the Southwest. Temperatures are hitting triple digits many days. It's easy for tempers to flare, bodies to flag. Somedays I wonder what holds the center, keeping us from spinning off into lifelessness and the violence of our social division.New Mexico, like much of the west is in … Continue reading Love After Love
One day the boulder is pushed off your chest or it disappears like morning dew at noon or manna in the desert. After confessing a lifetime of sorrows, traumas and troubles and crying a sea of salt tears you arrive like a newborn shivering and radiant on the shore of your soul, breathing again. For … Continue reading Alleluia
Healer of our every ill
Healer of our every illlight of each tomorrowgive us peace beyond our fearand hope beyond our sorrow ( Hymnal: A Worship Book, #377) Still reeling from the Atlanta killings, our country has now seen gun violence migrate west of the Mississippi within a week. Boulder. Ten killed. More innocent lives lost. A grocery store. People … Continue reading Healer of our every ill