I was all ready to write and publish an article this week on the Lenten practice of letting go (that article will need to wait!). Then I read the news about the terrorist attacks on Muslims in New Zealand. The aftermath of a tragedy towards a religious or ethnic group is particularly disturbing. Although this… More Thoughts in the Aftermath of a Tragedy
If you remember the 70s and 80s when the evangelical movement was quite strong (and I was among those following it) and all kinds of ‘Christian’ bumper stickers were popular. But, do you remember WWJD? It stood for the words: ‘What Would Jesus Do?’ At the time, I was not impressed with the saying. Even… More Remember “WWJD”?
In late May, I participated in an AGNT (Association for Global New Thought) Leadership Forum webinar, “Exploring Big Questions” with Dr. Kenn Gordon (Centers for Spiritual Living Spiritual Leader). While discussing how we respond to current day crises and opportunities, one of the participants share some guidelines that I found very interesting and enlightening. Here… More What is Mine To Do
So much is going on in the world scene lately. Horrific storms and fires, along with the violence of human vs human that also seems to be erupting around us. So what, can I, just one person, do to change what is going on around me? I understand the desire to either avoid the news,… More Be the Change ….