That impulsive act of kindness and generosity from a stranger has made all the difference to Simone. It’s not just the financial impact it has made; it has shown her that in a world that must often seem cruel and scary and dark, there is still kindness and compassion. And there’s not a pill in the world that I could prescribe that would give someone that feeling.
Love God and love your neighbor. He did do it. This is my beloved child in whom I am well pleased. Make a difference.
Well, I just finished writing a stellar post and some keystroke combination wiped it out. I smiled though. Why? Because my entire wrap up to my 40 days of compassion seemed to lead to the fact that compassion begins at home, in the body, within the sacred space of the spirit. I smiled because I [...]
The day we reflect on what life would be like without Jesus. We await for the resurrection. Our 40 days of compassion or Lent or whatever the journey might have been for you, led you to this 39th day of reflection.
So what have we learned? Have we grown? Transformed? Or, maybe…nothing at all?
From the [...]
Good Friday (1)
Good Friday. A true day of compassion. Off to service now. Confession and then meditation.
I was at Palm Sunday service last week and I was overwhelmed by the selflessness of Jesus’ life. I sat there in my pew, tears began to fall, and I thought of how selfish I can be, but more importantly, I [...]
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