Tag Archives: spirituality
“We’re going this way,” I said as I touched my son’s shoulder and redirected him through the crowd to follow his mom and sisters in front of us. I’d done this more often as the day wore on at the … Continue reading
“Do you want to see what’s inside?” my friend asked. I had just complimented her on the old-fashioned rag doll her daughter held in her small arms. Instantly curious, I replied that yes, I very much wanted to see what … Continue reading
If our hearts are ready for anything, we are free to be ourselves. There’s room for the wildness of our animals’ selves, for passion and play. There’s room for our human selves, for intimacy and understanding, creativity and productivity. There … Continue reading
I was paging through my great-grandmother’s Bible when a treasure fell into my lap. On a small scrap of paper, in a young child’s handwriting, were the words, “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of … Continue reading
How does getting older affect the way you really feel about yourself physically, emotionally, spirituality?