Archives for May 2012

On Engaging God

  She said once that the way we encounter others is somehow related to how we engage with God. I hold that today. In a mid afternoon conversation I sit across the table from what is holy, my head held in my hand, my arm bent, elbow slid across the wood top, listening intently as [Read More…]

On Living with Longing

I am cohabitating with Longing. I refuse to commit long-term. Secretly I am hoping to soon bump into the real thing. And when I do I’ll come home, swing open the door of my house and declare loudly, “It’s over. It’s not me. It’s you.” But until then I can’t quite let go of what [Read More…]

On George and Jonathan and You

George and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove I love to cook for people, shared meals are one of the ways I express and encounter deepening of relationship. I love to open my home to others as a place of respite or companionship,  and always  laughter (and mixed beverages.)  I want people to feel welcome, visible, and safe when [Read More…]