In life we like to go our way, do it our way. We want to be in the driver’s seat. There comes a time when, we must sit in in the passenger’s seat, and let others drive us. Such is my current situation and I should not drive until cleared.The following comes to mind: You […]
Because your Sunday patterns have changed, please consider this as an added resources. catholicdotbible.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/lent-5.pdf Phil
Following up on an idea mentioned earlier in the day. If you would like to get together via ZOOM, contact me at email@example.com. After some gathering of data relative to day of week and time of day, I will set up ZOOM sessions.
I have been quiet since my shoulder replacement surgery on March 3rd, 2020. That period of time has generated and germinated many thoughts, feelings, reflections, and lessons learned. I wrote, actually scribbled, feelings and thoughts along the way. A few gems have emerged, such as “on the road to covering” along with the “rollercoaster of […]
Every sunrise of your life will become a candle that you carry with you until sunset.
I not written for a brief period because on 3/3/2020 I had shoulder replacement shoulder surgery. The surgery was successful and I’m at home now. This time of “on the road” has proven insightful. I will the hand written notes once I gain the ability to use two hands to type.
Anger seeps through our life and sometimes explodes. After someone or something leaves our life, our emotions bubble and brew inside. Unresolved issues come to the surface with a surprising presence and stunning velocity. “As the masking effects of denial and isolation begin to wear, reality and its pain re-emerge. We are not ready. The […]
The journey of grief moves through stages where we can, as we chose to, end up in peace. There is a quietness that comes on us when we are finally at peace. Our troubles might still be here, but our complaints are gone and our fears have evaporated. Many have suffered, but in their suffering […]
Grief The following comes from the website http://www.mayoclinic.org. No revisions have been made to this. Further and future blogs on grief will come, based on the experience of many persons, including myself. “Grief is a strong, sometimes overwhelming emotion for people, regardless of whether their sadness stems from the loss of a loved one or […]
The longer we get to know ourselves and each other, we see more of the whole picture. “Beauty spots and warts” constitute the whole picture. While the view shows the facts, our choice lies in how we interpret the facts. Criticism or Grace constitute the choice paradigm. Love forms the decision and choice to be […]