What’s Keeping You Behind the Fence?

This past week, we went to The National Center for Civil and Human Rights. It’s located here in Atlanta, but I had never visited. We didn’t have a television in my childhood home and activities centered around our church, so the news didn’t penetrate my little life bubble. Even if it had, the people aroundContinue reading “What’s Keeping You Behind the Fence?”

Steadfast Love – New Every Morning

As many of us do, I spent some time at the end of 2021 looking back at my journal and calendar to remember what I learned, how I felt, and the connections I could see over the year. The pandemic required constant practical adjustment for all of us. I could see a thread through my journalContinue reading “Steadfast Love – New Every Morning”

The Transforming Power of Spiritual Practices

I have meditated for several years, sometimes more consistently than at others. I’ve done it long enough to know that it helps open and free my mind to think differently. But I wanted to solidify the practice and make it a regular part of my everyday life. I also longed for rituals and life rhythmsContinue reading “The Transforming Power of Spiritual Practices”

Inner Work – Asking Who am I Really?

Like most post-modern western Americans, I have spent a lot of time figuring out who I am and how I should change myself and do better. Entire industries are built around this examination, and vast collections of books are available that give us the down and dirty steps for change.  I have tried to changeContinue reading “Inner Work – Asking Who am I Really?”