Soul Care involves more than engaging in ancient practices. More and more people are talking about Sabbath keeping, which is good. More and more people are talking about silence and solitude, which is wonderful. Lots of people are hearing about Lectio Divina and actually doing it, which is marvelous.
But caring for the soul is not just an “add-on” to an already overloaded life. Read More
Recently, while traveling through the Milwaukee, Wisconsin airport; having gone through the harried experience of the TSA lines and having been “randomly selected” for more screening; I noticed a big sign hanging from the roof of the waiting area which said, “Discombobulation Area.” It was a simple, identified area where you could stand, stuff your shirt back in your pants; put your belt back on and gather your disheveled bag that the TSA screeners had to unpack and begin to look normal again. Everyone needs an area like that, don’t we? Read More
It was T.S. Elliot, who captured what we want to tell you in this important newsletter with our big news. Elliot wrote in his Four Quartets,
“We shall not cease from exploration; and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” Read More