Tag: grief

  • If There Is Any Other Way

    “As we gradually come to befriend our own reality, to look with compassion at our own sorrows and joys, and as we are able to discover the unique potential of our way of being in the world, we can move beyond our protest, put the cup of our life to our lips and drink it, […]

  • Be Kind to Yourself

    Humanity, individually and collectively, has countless sorrows in this life. A few particular griefs that stand out for me are the waste of loss, the weight of loneliness, and the intensity of pain. These things live side by side with our joy, love, and connectedness. Do you feel the tension? Our hope peers down into our cavernous longings and shudders. Our love does not know how to […]

  • Lullaby (God With Us)

    Lullaby (God With Us)

    Here’s a song I wrote. “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” – John 16:33 A lullaby to a crying world to help it sleep at night was sent in form of a […]

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