Category Archives: Reflection

Thought for contemplation

I Must Go Down to the Beach(es) Again…

  (the title of this post is of course a variant on a famous poem by John Masefield, one recited to me repeatedly throughout my childhood, by a beloved bard for whom it was, far more than a poem, a lifelong … Continue reading

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“I am at the house of God. But the angels are holding their breath.”

Yes, half of the time he is on the other side of the world; and yes, I’ve seen him maybe once in the past 3 years – but he is still my friend, and neighbour, and here speaking to (and … Continue reading

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Meanwhile “Scotland Outdoors Podcast” Lowers Blood Pressure

Yesterday’s podcast proves that it is still possible to enjoy the great outdoors (safely) at this time–and a caller (not me) attests to it also measurably lowering her blood pressure. Listen and download recent episodes.      

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Reaching for light: Photo meditation

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Short Audio Reflection: On Psalm 43

Susan Holman, John R. Eckrich University Chair in Religion and the Healing Arts at Valparaiso University, offers a reflection for Monday Morning Prayer at the Chapel of the Resurrection Feb. 10, 2020. Speaker series: Journeys of Faith: Wilderness, Hope, and … Continue reading

Posted in Online Lecture, Reflection, Web resource

Bearing Winter : Valentine for Bibliophiles

To step away from the endless grey of mid-winter, let me introduce you to this little friend glimpsed reading last summer in a deep afternoon light: And lest you wonder what it is that keeps him so fascinated with his … Continue reading

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