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Finding Silence

“There is a huge silence inside each of us that beckons us into itself, and the recovery of our own silence can begin to teach us the language of heaven.” – Meister Eckhart To learn more and/or register for Santa Sabina Center online retreats and… Continue Reading “Finding Silence”

The Fruit of a Gentle Life

. . . a life of kind words and gentle gestures, planting seeds and seeking peace—where could that lead?  – Kim Stafford, from “Connect the Dots” Starting on February 11, 2021, Santa Sabina Center’s will offer an Online Writing Retreat with Kim Stafford: “Speak Beauty to… Continue Reading “The Fruit of a Gentle Life”

May We Have the Capacity to see the Whole

The fundamental evil that besets us is our incapacity to see the whole. I sometimes get vague and undefined longings to gather a small group of friends around me and  . . . Give the example of a life in which nothing would count… Continue Reading “May We Have the Capacity to see the Whole”

The Mystery of Gratitude

Ironically, gratitude’s most powerful mysteries are often revealed when we are struggling in the midst of personal turmoil. – Sarah Ban Breathnach