Monthly Archives: July 2010

Dance, dammit!

People squawk and argue over all sorts of things involving politics. And over which way society is going (who knew it was traveling anywhere? it always seems to be still where it always was, right outside my door, every time … Continue reading

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If you really want to—!

If you really want to, you can run springing into the air like a little child—taking off and flying just like you always imagined! If you really want to, you can sprint with balloons and kites, bounding over obstacles and … Continue reading

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Far and away

What way are we going on our journeys? We always want to know—yet we always somehow want a journey that is safe, predictable, comfortable. But if it were all that, how is it a journey and not just a routine … Continue reading

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Living backwards

If you want to enter the kingdom of heaven, you must change and become like little children (Mt 18.3). “Grow up,” we tell children. What a quaint notion! Jesus, meanwhile, tells us to grow down, or grow back, to childhood. … Continue reading

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Wild child—safe in the wilderness

I think Eithne Ní Bhraonáin (Enya) gets a lot of what adventuring on life’s path is about—let’s hear her calling us to wander where that breeze lifts us (I apologize, this video is “disabled from embedding,” so it will direct … Continue reading

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A journey along a treelined path

When I launched this blog just moments ago, and went to view its natal form, I was surprised—and very pleased—to see the default image that had been included. The lone traveler, walking along a treelined path with various shrubs and … Continue reading

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