Never tell your resolution beforehand, or it’s twice as onerous a duty. John Selden Many people look forward to the New Year for a new start on old habits. Unknown It wouldn’t be New Year if I didn’t have regrets. William Thomas The object of a new year is not that we should have a [...]
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There is an excellent interview with Jean Vanier conducted by Krista Tippett called “The Wisdom of Tenderness” . During their discussion Vanier tells the host that he has come to love reality. When I heard Vanier talking about this point it made so much sense to me and I have quoted it often. Vanier shares [...]
Posted in A Funny Thing Happened... on Nov 24th, 2010
Saw this saying on a t-shirt- What do you think it might mean?
Posted in Reflections from Fellow Wanderers, Reflections from the Pulpit - Wandering with Deacon Mike, This Sunday on Sep 18th, 2010
More insight from Mother Teresa on what God wants: God wants our will and our desire to be for him, for our family, for our children, for our brethren, and for the poor. God wants to show his greatness by using nothingness. God wants our will and our desire to be for him, for our [...]
Posted in Reflections from Fellow Wanderers, Reflections from the Pulpit - Wandering with Deacon Mike, This Sunday on Sep 17th, 2010
Here is my favorite Mother Teresa quote. It offers a hint at What God is Looking for from us as his good and faith filled servants. Mother Teresa encourages us: To touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received and let us not be ashamed or [...]
Posted in Reflections from Fellow Wanderers on Sep 16th, 2010
I was searching for one of my favorite Mother Teresa quotes to share with you all and I came upon a variation of the Tweet of the Week quotation that I had earlier attributed to Elbert Hubbard. Here is the variation of the quotation that is attributed to Mother Teresa: At the end of life [...]