Torn to Pieces

“The spirituality of imperfection speaks to those who seek meaning in the absurd, peace within the chaos, light within the darkness, joy within the suffering…This is not a spirituality for saints or gods, but for people who suffer from what the philosopher-psychologist William James called “torn-to-pieces-hood”…We have all known that experience, for to be human … Continue reading Torn to Pieces

Relenting for Lent

                          “There was a time when meadow, grove, and stream                                      The earth, and every common sight,                                                       To me did seem                                             Appareled in celestial light,                                      The glory and the freshness of a dream.                                        It is not now as it hath been of yore; -                                                    Turn whereso’er I may,                                                          By … Continue reading Relenting for Lent