Tag Archives: clarity

Too Young To Feel Regret

… I doubt my choices; yet I am too young to feel regret. I hear the echo of too many voices and forget to trust my own and what its truth may be. It’s fear that speaks in me of … Continue reading

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Crossing Lines

The gaze is unafraid of crossing lines  Imagination leaps ahead Yearning sets one foot across, restrained by reason hanging on its heel, reason, who draws all lines, who wants to know before taking a risk, reason, who secretly hopes to be convinced otherwise, who dithers, … Continue reading

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Relief

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Road Work Ahead

Lent is slowly but surely drawing to a close, and I wonder: has it been what I intended it to be? Probably not. So what has it been then?  I’m not entirely sure what’s been going on, but it seems … Continue reading

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Collect Sun 14 Feb

Spirit of integrity, you drive us into the desert to search out your truth. Give us clarity to know what is right, and courage to reject what is merely convenient; so may we abandon the false innocence of failing to … Continue reading

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Questions for the Road

What can I do? What can I contribute? What comes easy to me that is difficult for others? And where is that needed? How and for who can that make a difference?

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Joy-Challenged

Originally posted on Richer By Far:
“Joy is the most infallible sign of the presence of God.” Pierre Teilhard de Chardin  . “In some religious circles, joy, humor, and laughter are viewed as excessive, irrelevant, ridiculous, inappropriate, and even scandalous.…

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