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Space and Margin

  Have you ever tried torescuea drowning person in the open sea?  They can clobber you just to stay afloat.  It’s pure survival instinct. Have you seen a toddler sitting Continue Reading »

A Small Story

What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. -William Morrow Our first birth gift is the power of choice, our Continue Reading »


Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit—you choose.   – Solomon, The Wise Man My nephew gave me The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, published in 1997 Continue Reading »

Good Friday

An old Hasidic rabbi, Levi Yitzhak of Berdichev in the Ukraine, used to say that he discovered a meaning of love from a drunken peasant.  Entering a tavern in the Continue Reading »

Go Play…

Stories develop compassion and empathy and make us one. We spend about a third of our waking hours daydreaming.  It’s a survival feature.  Our constant imagining of a possible future Continue Reading »

I See You

  A priest in the Bahamas related this story.  A two-story house caught fire.  The family– father, mother, several children– were on their way out when the smallest boy became Continue Reading »


One of the my highly esteemed spiritual writers told a story that I think you’ll like.  It is a true story.  He writes – “Shortly after I was ordained, I Continue Reading »


“True giving is not something we do for someone, but it is our consent to let the flow of God flow through us to that person.”           -Eric Butterworth I Continue Reading »

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