While prayer can be such a bountiful blessing, a centering practice, and a means of grounding ourselves in wisdom and truth, it is surely not easy. As I said above, we as humans are created with the desire to love and be loved, to know and be known. This is our journey. Unfortunately, we have a will, an ever-striving ego, which essentially drives us to take matters into our own hands, to seize control.
Biblical and Theological Prayer and its place in Christian life (pt 2)
Jesus enters the Jewish scene and gives us a much fuller understanding of the divine mystery who humanity is in search of. Jesus, reveals to us, a God who is willing to enter into the human condition. A God who is willing to serve and die, rather than simply be served and judge. Jesus shows us a God who is willing to suffer on behalf of humanity and whose love is more profound than any could imagine…
Folks, I want what I do to be for the village… the community… the place where the spiritual unites with the physical. So, for me, taking classes…… Read more “Starting with Prayer”
At the very core of who we as humans are, and how we interact with the world, is what we think about God, how we interact with…… Read more “The point of my prayer…”
On this day in which the stillness and the silence overwhelms the noise I make trying to drown it out, this is my prayer: Great Light, Mover…… Read more “Great Light”