Problems are part of life. We have them in our families, jobs, country and world. We have health problems-mental, physical and spiritual. We have neighborhood problems and church problems. The problem list is long. I have a tendency to glare at the problems that come my way, usually angry, frustrated and dismayed that they are… Continue reading Gaze or Glance?
When the year turned new, I adopted a word for the year. It is the word "new". The purpose of having a word is to increase one's focus. So I've been trying to be alert to all things new. I've also been trying to embrace new experiences and trying to learn new things. So far,… Continue reading Yoga, Babies and Marriage
For several years now, I've chosen a word to guide me in prayer, study and focus. This was not my idea. It is a different kind of Spiritual Discipline suggested by the work of Rachel Olsen and Mike Ashcraft. You can read more about it at http://www.myoneword.org. At the end of each year, I start making a… Continue reading New
If you read my last entry, you are aware that last week I had to move almost everything from inside the house to the garage to get ready for ceiling and floor work at our home. I ended the week sore, bruised and really sick of my stuff. It was particularly difficult in the pantry,… Continue reading Attention
It's been on my mirror for almost a year now; in pink script letters, the word "Radiance". It is there to remind me that in 2014 my one word was radiance. I chose it because I wanted God's light to shine in me, through me and reflect off of me. I was inspired by the… Continue reading Radiance