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Respect – a Worthy Practice

Richard Rohr teaches that the Franciscan principle of respect is important to worthiness.  Through respect, we witness the worth of creation.   As we see the value in everything, we cultivate an appreciation of our own value.   Respect leads us to … Continue reading

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The Power of a Pause

In general, my theology leans toward witnessing and befriending.  We allow the forsaken parts of ourselves to arise – our doubt, fear, guilt and shame. We embrace the “flaws” we tend to reject.   We allow the dark voice to speak … Continue reading

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“Thank You, It’s True.”

One of our Practitioners tells a story about a group of Americans who visited Africa.  One of the American women wore a colorful blouse to a shared event.  At the event, an African woman complimented the American woman’s good taste. … Continue reading

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