Day Twenty Four: We Serve God by Serving Others

In the Holy Adventure, there is no ultimate distinction between loving God and loving our neighbor, including the non-human neighbor. In loving God, we gain a perspective on life that takes us beyond individualistic self-interest to care for the whole, even when it means personal sacrifice. In loving the neighbor, I bring greater beauty to [Read More...]

Our Vocation is to be God’s Companion in Healing the World

In the Jewish tradition, the words “tikkun olam” mean repairing or mending the world. What we do really matters. Each act brings and detracts from the beauty of the world. In an open universe in which the future awaits our decisions, our calling is to companion with God in healing the world. In the interdependence [Read More...]

Day Twenty Two: You are Part of the Body of Christ

The body of Christ is more than a church; it is the graceful interconnectedness of life; the place where we all belong and all have a vocation, a role – or many roles – that bring beauty and health to the whole. The body of Christ is the divine-creaturely community that embraces all of us. [Read More...]

Day Twenty One: Your are Loved Unconditionally and Everlastingly

You are loved, simply because you exist. You don’t have to earn it, just receive it. Open to those who love you without conditions. Awaken to God’s all-encompassing love – a love that embraces everlastingly all creation. Just as you are, you are loveable. Sometimes the last place we expect to find God’s presence is [Read More...]

Day Twenty: I Seek to Live by Forgiveness in Every Situation

Daily life provides numerous opportunities for forgiveness. In the course of virtually every day, we perceive ourselves being intentionally or unintentionally slighted; we experience the thoughtlessness of others; and often encounter people who are rude, ruthless, and self-absorbed. Forgiveness is especially difficult if you are a person who constantly tries to do the right thing, [Read More...]

Day Nineteen: You Can See God’s Presence in Enemies and Those Who Have Hurt You

Is it possible to see God’s presence in persons who have hurt you or whom you feel have been the source of injustice in relationship to you or others? This isn’t easy. Feelings of pain and alienation often emerge when I think of certain people. But, there are moments when I can gain a larger [Read More...]

Day Seventeen : You can Experience Holiness in the Least of These

We can experience God in the most unexpected persons and places. Awaken to the holiness of all creatures, and you will experience blessings as you bless others. “Just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.” (Matthew 25: 40) In a [Read More...]

Day Sixteen: You Can Give and Receive God’s Love in Any Situation

Love is meant to be shared. We can in every situation, let God’s love and abundance flow through us to others. In sharing, we experience greater abundance – we let go of possessiveness and experience God’s ever-abundant love and energy as constantly renewing us. We live in an open-source, open-spirited, and open-ended universe. God’s energy [Read More...]

Day Sixteen: You are a Channel of Divine Abundant Life

You can choose to live by abundance or scarcity, or hope or fear. Today, look at the possibilities for growth in challenging situations. There are always more resources than meet the eye. God’s vision for your life can be captured in Jesus’ words, “I have come that they might have life in its abundance.” God [Read More...]

Day Fifteen: I Bless Everyone I Meet Today

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel proclaims: “Just to be is a blessing…Just to live is holy.” When we recognize our connection with God, we are always blessed and often beyond our expectations. Five loaves and two fish can feed a multitude. The healing, loving, and transforming energy of the universe flows in and through us, giving [Read More...]


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