Tag Archives: letting go

Emotional Whiplash

Someone shared a story with me once about how important it is to rest periodically when you are on an arduous journey, in order to allow your spirit time to catch up. The last 24 hours have been such a … Continue reading

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Mercy is defined as “compassion shown toward someone whom it is within one’s power to punish or harm”. It is considered by many to be one of the most important attributes of God, and is lifted up as one of … Continue reading

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What Are We Letting Go Of?

As we move from infant, to toddler, to student; from teen to young adult and through the various stages of what’s called “maturity” – we continue to learn the necessity and art of “letting go” (which includes knowing what to … Continue reading

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So this month’s theme is prayer.  And while I find myself anticipating the need to publicly name the many justifiable objections people may have to it, as well as the many reasons why they’d be well served (in the spirit … Continue reading

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