Monthly Archives: July 2015

Are We All Selectively Pro-Life People?

Originally posted on john pavlovitz:
Life. At times we all find ourselves compelled to vigorously defend it, while at other times showing complete and willful ambivalence toward it. There is for each of us, an alarm that goes off in our hearts…

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Cherished Blogfest 2015: Buddha Ball

When I look at my Buddha Ball I see the long path of my spiritual life. I first saw a Buddha ball on day one of a week-long meditation conference held by Brugh Joy. It was sitting on one of … Continue reading

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Why I really Do Yoga Every Day.

Originally posted on Bridget Luff Yoga:
“Yoga is a necessary tool for the survival of myself and others. I need to get on the mat every day – it doesn’t matter how long – 15 minutes, 1 hour, 4 hours…or…

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Compassion and the Hope for Dialogue

Originally posted on Sound of Swarming:
I’m finding myself avoiding social media this week. This is not a topical post, and I am not going to express my views on any given topic currently saturating the mainstream media. I’m not afraid…

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6 Ways Christians Lost This Week

Originally posted on john pavlovitz:
We who call ourselves Christians lost a great deal over the past few days, though it’s probably not in the way you might think. 1) We lost the chance to be loving. So many professed…

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