This quote from a friend of mine makes me think about how we approach our spiritual understanding (calculated assumptions.) Ideas are fluid and transient. Perhaps
This moment is gone before you know it
This-moment is gone before you know it? Well, perhaps not. Although our minds tend to dissect, to parse, to organize and catalogue our experiences, This-moment, is
The space between flint and steel
…faith is beginning out of want, out of insufficiency.
We can only experience God within the boundaries of a human context. He is part of our humanity. But, He is also beyond it. Even
Signs & Footprints
Only by wading into the deep can you move forward
Death is haunting at our backs and life is roaring in our faces –
– and we are somewhere in the middle, – supposed to be at peace –
Observation and Immersion
I have heard it said that one must “pay their dues.” But, simply walking in the museum of misery, is not the same. At some
Sometimes the most spiritual thing you can do is leave early
We seem to have a plethora of inattentive drivers around Atlanta that don’t mind holding up 2 or more lanes of traffic because they suddenly
Why we don’t find answers to our questions
I used to work as a telecommunications engineer, daily immersed in solving the problems encountered in laying out new transmission paths for the radio signals.
The dilemma of adapting a language of faith is that it is difficult to live into the new while clinging to the old.
Any time we consider language, communication is assumed, hoping for a reciprocal exchange of ideas; perhaps old words – associated with new ideas or new