Those who practice the Spiritual temperament of Caregiving see the practical needs of others and move toward them, shouldering the burdens of others as a form of prayer.
Imagine that it is the day after your death. Feel into the You who inhabits this liminal space.
“My grief is raw today. I live with it every day, but somedays I feel it more deeply and acutely than others. Today is one of those days. Today I feel the loss in the very marrow of my being. I grieve many things, as I think perhaps we all do when we reach a certain age and the path behind us is littered with regrets, disappointments, losses and mistakes.
A Holy Journey with Pain “Somewhere along my journey, I became aware that angels of God were accompanying me. I saw the angels and knew that I belonged to God. Well into my travels, messengers came to tell me, ‘Pain is coming to meet you and he brings death to some, great pain and suffering... Continue Reading →
Picture your Future “In a quiet place with eyes closed, picture yourself getting on a magic carpet that takes you into the blue sky riding the currents like a bird, as far away or as close by as they take you. While on the magic carpet, know that you have all the knowledge, wisdom, skills... Continue Reading →