Monthly Archives: May 2018

Prayer is Renunciation?

  I’ve been a minister for 17 years and I still wonder about prayer.  What is it and does it work? Even though I wonder about prayer, I’m always glad to offer it and receive it. The Sunday before I … Continue reading

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Renunciate

Josephji was one of my colleagues at Gandhi 3.0.  His name is Joseph.  In India, people add “ji” to a name to convey respect. If anyone deserved the respectful “ji,” it was Josephji. From his bio:  For over 16 years, … Continue reading

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When Ripples Have Ripples

“Trust the ripples.”  That’s a teaching I’ve embodied from years of involvement with ServiceSpace. The gist of ripple-trusting (or is it the gift of ripple-trusting?) is this:  Do small acts of kindness.  Recognize each tiny act matters.  Know that kind … Continue reading

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