Love it. Stuff happens inside through “nothing days.” Love them.
I’ve had a situation recently that except for a period early on was frustrating and painful. I think I stayed too long in the situation. Finally, I just left (I mean I afforded an explanation to others.) Not everything works out and sometimes just leaving is valid….it gets to be pointless to keep trying to “work it out.”
That I’m slim–it’s an aesthetic thing.
I have everything I need–dip into the spiritual books a friend gave me? Make a second cup of coffee?
I will attend Mass at 8:30a today–that’ll do it!
A LONG walk on a sunny windy day! My fave! Makes me glad to be alive.
That my pervasive cynicism is a remnant of a darker time and not called for now. Be positive!
I am so bad with surprise. I mean I know Brother David talks about it all the time as a good thing. That is not my experience. Inevitably I act badly when I am surprised, which truth to tell I rarely am. I know he talks about it as intrinsic to the spiritual process; but damned if I get that or want it.
Grateful today to be an American, and for how we helped each other out on this day 18 years ago.
I think feeling it IS expressing it. Sometimes I feel it so profoundly (strangely enough often after I’ve finished my weekly grocery shopping!) that “my heart speaks.” It is such a profound and pervasive feeling that I think it IS expressing it–to the One to whom I am grateful most of all for this amazing life!
Oooh, this is a tough one! I try, I really try…but it’s tough!
It’s all good. Not all easy; but all good.
God: persistent, ongoing, eternal gifts. Any problems I’ve had, I created. I know that now.
I had objected to my “over-service” to my 91-year-old mother (I am one of 8.) One sister took offense that I had neglected to appreciate her service with different family members.
This AM I thanked her for that. Rift healed.
I guess Mass. It beat out a walk! 🙂
Thank you Ed!
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