Tag Archives: Krista Tippett

From My Reading – December

“What we do when faced with our deepest wounds determines whether there is authentic spirituality at work or not. If we seek to blame other people, accuse, attack, or even explain and make perfect, logical sense out of our wounds, there … Continue reading

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From My Reading

“Through compassion it is possible to recognize that the craving for love that people feel resides also in our own hearts, that the cruelty that the world knows all too well is also rooted in our own impulses. Through compassion … Continue reading

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Going Back to the Big Bang

I do not have a mind for math or science. I do have an orderly and logical mind, but it is fueled and sparked by the nuances and shades of words, by metaphor and images (visual and written), and by … Continue reading

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Becoming “Bridge People”

Twenty-six years ago, when I married my African-American husband, I had no idea how hard it would be for us to communicate. We were as different as we could be: racially, socially, educationally, and personally. He is a big picture … Continue reading

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Random Noodlings

As we edge closer and closer to the 500th post on this blog, I am re-purposing a few posts that appeared in the very beginning.  This one was first published on December 9, 2012. Random Noodling #1:  I was listening to a … Continue reading

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“Listen Deeply to Your Story”

Sr. Simone Campbell became a national figure — a bit of a religious rock star — as a face of the “Nuns on the Bus.” She is a lawyer and lobbyist in addition to being a nun, a poet, and … Continue reading

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A Life of Joy

My Journey I went to church this morning with Krista Tippett and Father James Martin.  It was actually a radio broadcast (On Being), but  it was such a time of worship! Jim Martin graduated from Wharton School of Business and … Continue reading

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What’s Your Tribe?

LIVING AS APPRENTICES What tribe do you belong to? If you live where I do, your original tribe was probably Dutch or English.  Now our area is made up of many tribes attempting to share the same space. In an … Continue reading

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