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For me, the beauty of aging lies in the very reality Mr. Brown seems most to fear.
As my body ages, it becomes increasingly difficult to avoid facing the issue of identity. Where do I locate my sense of identity?
Peace depends upon where I locate my sense of “I”.
Distinguishing between story and feeling is essential to navigating the difficult places in which at times we find ourselves stuck.
Many churches today aim to be inclusive.
Omid Safi begins his powerful and important blog post at “On Being” with a stern warning that is a sobering reminder to all adults who interact with children.
What values are running my family?
I may not like it. I may resist it. I may fight against it. I may get angry and grumpy. But nothing I do can change the reality that the forms in which my life manifest are constantly changing.
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“LETTING GO – HOW FAR WILL IT TAKE YOU”
CAMP COLUMBIA, Thetis Island, B.C. JULY 13-15, 2007
Saturday July 14, 2007 7:00 p.m. Q. & A.
Perhaps the best testament to what we are teaching is one person who can interiorize spaciousness and presence, remaining centered in their own being.