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There is always time to love.

Treating Yourself as Precious

Treating Yourself as Precious. Over the weekend, I helped out at a retreat given by James Finely, at Mercy Center, Burlingame on the theme of the Deathless Nature of Love.  During the retreat, Finley, who is both a spiritual director and a psychotherapist, talked about ways that we open ourselves to the Infinite Love of […]

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How to Live a Life of Hospitality

I have been reflecting upon the idea of a rhythm of life, since first being introduced to it through the Living School, which I am currently attending. The rhythm of life is a framework for one’s spiritual life and daily commitments. In it are four components: 1. Contemplative Prayer and Meditation—a commitment to a daily […]

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Hospitality is About Who We Are

It was a misty, humid evening, as our group gathered in the Victorian building of the Spiritual Life Center, here in San Francisco, for the first of the three-part mini series on Radical Hospitality. Sitting in a circle, we began our evening with a few moments of silence, focusing on the breath, and allowing ourselves to […]

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Faith is an Opening

Wednesday Wisdom: Faith is an Opening. “Faith is our small but necessary offering to any new change or encounter,” writes Richard Rohr in The Naked Now. I have been reflecting on this thought for the past week, as I continue to respond to the changes I am encountering in my new work situation and with a […]

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