As many of you who follow us on a regular basis know, the next few years we are focusing on a different spiritual practice each month. September is the month of forgiveness. While I have always known it to be a spiritual practice, I did not realize that there days that were set aside toContinue reading “POULTICE OF SELF-LOVE”
Do we realize what we are saying when we forgive? Do we realize that we are owning our own weakness as well as our inner richness?
Are any acts unforgivable? If you think so, give examples and explain.
Are you enlarging your heat to allow people in or contracting it to keep them out? Forgiveness means making room for them and for us.
If we want more intimate relationships with others, lets begin by breaking down the barriers with the tools of apology and forgiveness.
today may we give thanks for the power to forgive.
Why do we choose to stay in a cycle of resentment and retaliation when we could be governed by an endless cycle of peace and celebration?
TobyMac told Christianity Today the story behind this song: “Anyone who is married knows the feeling of offending and lying in an ice cold bed yet sweating. Sometimes our resolve to confess and seek forgiveness is more difficult to navigate than we can imagine. This song sums up a typical ‘post-stick my foot in myContinue reading “song of the week”
What emotion are you willing to allow to live in your heart and mind rent free?
I recently read this quote from Desmond Tutu in Victor Chan’s book The Wisdom of Forgiveness. It was written, In our country, we speak of something called ubuuntu. When I want to praise you, the highest praise I can give you is to say, you have ubuuntu — this person has what it takes to beContinue reading “UBUUNTU”