Tag Archives: Veganism

That Person

Where do I need to stay when everything in me wants to flee? Where do I need to leave when everything in me wants to stay? I’ve been thinking about these questions from last week’s post and Tara Brach’s invitation … Continue reading

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Convergence

When I wake in the morning and all through the day, you are there to comfort and lift me up. Even at night, when emptiness threatens, you fill me with yourself. At my mother’s breast and now that I am … Continue reading

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Sardines in the Dark

“Hannah? Hannah?” Hadrian called out in the dark. But there was no answer. The silence confirmed his deduction: Hannah had found our hiding place. He was on his own. Our grandchildren, Hadrian and Hannah, love to play Sardines in the … Continue reading

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Waking Up

I want to be fully awake to God. I’d like to live so aware of being in Christ that I rely on nothing other than God for my security or identity. A bird held by a single thread is still not … Continue reading

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