Tag: letting go

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

On the outside, our lives may look great. But what is it that is going on inside? Is there unforgiveness that is brewing? Remember this: our unforgiveness doesn’t hurt the one we won’t forgive – especially in those situations when it is a person… Continue Reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside”

Risk Living Deeply Alive!

Dive deeply into the miracle of life and let the tips of your wings be burnt by the flame, let your feet be lacerated by the thorns, let your heart be stirred by human emotion, and let your soul be lifted beyond the earth.… Continue Reading “Risk Living Deeply Alive!”

Let Go

If you realize that all things change, there is nothing you will try to hold on to. If you aren’t afraid of dying, there is nothing you can’t achieve. Trying to control the future is like trying to take the master carpenter’s place.¬† When… Continue Reading “Let Go”

Teach Me Your Paths, O Lord

Today I am sharing Sister Gervaise Valpey’s reflection on tomorrow’s reading for the 3rd Wednesday in Lent. Tuesday, Third Week of Lent March 13, 2012 Daniel 3: 25, 34-43; Matthew 1: 21-35 The reading from Daniel 3:25, 34-43 encourages us to delve deeper into¬†our… Continue Reading “Teach Me Your Paths, O Lord”

Some Days You Just Have to Leave It to God!

I couldn’t get to writing a post last night or this morning. But a friend posted the following on my Facebook page. I’m goin’ with it! Good morning, this is God. I will be handling all your problems today. I will not need your… Continue Reading “Some Days You Just Have to Leave It to God!”

Mold Our Hearts on Ash Wednesday, during Lent, and throughout our Lives

Today, on Ash Wednesday, I share a reflection by our Sister Sally Lowell, OP Rend your hearts, not your garments, and return to your God. For gracious and merciful is God, slow to anger, rich in kindness, and relenting in punishment. – Joel 2:13… Continue Reading “Mold Our Hearts on Ash Wednesday, during Lent, and throughout our Lives”

Letting Go

Only This We need, in love, to practice only this: letting each other go. For holding on comes easily; we do not need to learn it. Source: Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke This house is going. Eventually all the houses on the bluff will… Continue Reading “Letting Go”