Humans are resilient creatures. We adapt – on the outside. What’s happening to us on the inside?
Acceptance isn’t the same as absolution. We don’t have to condone the stuff, we have to accept the stuff.
Pervasive and corroding, fear slithers in like a snake and weaves its way into the fabric of our everyday lives.
Fear prevents us from seeing how we can help. It blocks us. We can’t know where the need is because our compulsive self-preservation consumes us.
We have Divine power, love, and sanity. Use these things to connect and encourage each other.
True contentment comes from letting go of the belief that something is lacking and that if we can fill that lack, then we will be happy.
God isn’t walking about here on this earth, swiping his card at the Starbucks.
How to do we cope when life tosses a balloon full of oil-based paint into the cogs of our daily groove.
Faith is an exercise in trust.
If I had been free from the fear of embarrassment, I would have been free to help Cindy out. What a simple example of what true freedom looks like.