Archive for March, 2011

By Glenda | March 18, 2011
By Glenda | March 18, 2011

Fear and Reassurance

May we all, tormented in spirit in the face of life’s present mysterious tragedies, hearken now to the inner voices within ourselves that speak to us of a transcendent peace and beauty that can and does sustain us through life and death, reminding us of the precious nature of each moment in space and time […]

By Glenda | March 13, 2011


Every spiritual tradition I know about emphasizes the concept of balance—the Taoist Yin-Yang, the Native American Medicine Wheel, the Judeo-Christian “to every thing there is a season…” and on and on. Today, prayerfully, as in Japan so much destruction and loss of life has happened, here at home I walked out into my garden to […]

By Glenda | March 11, 2011

Love’s Calm

Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary General of the UN in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, kept a journal, published posthumously as Markings. He was faced, personally and professionally, with so many calamities that I looked this morning at his published words for comfort and courage, prayerful as I am after the news of last night’s earthquake […]

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