Tag Archives: forgiveness

One: Pathways

Restlessly we seek that which might satisfy our hunger. Many pathways lead upward yet we cannot see the whole distance. Beyond the top of the hill or around the corner remains a mystery. Imperfect pathways Some pathways are safer than others. Occasionally they are blocked. Every path can, however, by dangerous. Earthquakes or falling rocks […]

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One: Love

“…there is an inner code, a certain DNA, within love itself. It too has inner secrets, an inner structure, and a code that needs to be cracked if we are to properly understand its dynamics… Jesus gave us the keys to crack it…. vulnerability, the refusal out of love to protect ourselves, self-sacrifice, putting others […]

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One: Other

During a workshop this weekend my husband and I watched a film produced by Adyan, an agency in Lebanon promoting peace. Its topic concerned the alienation of the Other. As long as we can consider our enemy as separate and different we can kill with impunity. The Other The theme continued in our choice of […]

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One: Forgiveness

 “Without forgiveness nothing new happens, and we remain frozen in a small past.”Richard Rohr, Daily Meditations, 27 August 2017. Making a difference Forgiveness makes all the difference in the world. Without forgiveness, I would not be an artist; I would not be a writer. Instead, I would be locked away in my tiny world of […]

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