Monthly Archives: September 2012

Embracing a Kaleidoscope of Possibilities

In the book, Christ in the 21st Century,  Ewert Cousins, embraces the world as a beautiful kaleidoscope of diversity.    He suggests that many possibilities exist in our global world for meeting one another with openness as we embark on a journey of … Continue reading

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Embracing Humility

In the 1920’s Max Ehrmann wrote Desiderata.   Desiderata, which is Latin for “Things To Be Desired” or “Things Desired as Essential” speaks powerfully of the invitation to be yourself:  “Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there … Continue reading

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Embracing Goodness

As though it was yesterday I can hear the words echoing through the playground, “Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never harm me.”  Did I speak those words as a child or did someone say them to … Continue reading

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Embracing the Heart of Love

As a child we often used a phrase I have not thought about in a long time:  “open sesame”.  We looked at something in a magical way, waved our hands and with great passion and conviction pronounced those powerful words, … Continue reading

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