When we come into the world, our thoughts are shaped by the well-meaning adults in our lives. They love us. They want us to be safe. They pass on teachings and values they inherited, as that is all they know. As we mature and grow into the adults we are to become, we have a certain amount of shedding to do, for many of these notions are now outdated, supplanted by ideas which are evolving along Continue reading
A great chance for you to make a real difference!
Gay Catholic misfit evolves into contemporary mystic after dismissal from convent, disapproval from church and introduction to diverse faith traditions.
A new day is upon us. It’s on us to co-create a culture that works for everyone. The old order is disintegrating. It lacked fairness, integrity, vision. It no longer met the requirements of this hour. And now WE are rising to the occasion, contributing our ideas, our stories, our poems to ignite the public imagination. Here are some resources to help the writers. This is a very short list of what to read and where Continue reading
These are the times we were born for…
Can I please have your time if you have some extra?
How to participate in Conversations of Consequence
Upcoming Zoominars May 9, 2020 Creativity Unzipped a 6 week, 60 minute multi-media webinar based on the teachings and practices in my book, Creativity Unzipped—Why Your Thoughts Matter. We begin with a short meditation, then I will teach and facilitate a group pondering to deepen and expand our relationship to creativity. This is a WHY-TO not a HOW-TO experience. Topics we’ll explore: • where your fears come from and how to transcend them • why and how Continue reading
It came to pass, in the 21st century, that God gave up on the human race. He scrawled his message across the sky in words that were understood by every tribe and nation: “You are on your own. In 20 centuries, you have failed to love each other. You use me as a reason to hate and kill. You endanger your children. You poison your planet. I am done with you. You’ll have to find me in each Continue reading
a sculpture from Lamentations Over the Dead Christ by Niccolo dell’Arca