Calling all Be Students

Calling all Be Students

In God’s classroom the lesson is simple: being is more important than doing. As a recovering perfectionist (among other things), I am challenged on a daily basis to let go of extreme thinking and accept my limitations. I used to think limitations were a bad thing and I loved rebelling against them. Unfortunately, for the […]

Dirty Laundry

Dirty Laundry

To confront a person with his shadow is to show him his own light. ~ Carl Jung It is said that our shadow is composed of those parts of ourselves that we do not want others to know or see. In response to this desire we expend a lot of energy keeping those parts “pressed” […]

Hoop Dancing

Hoop Dancing

I am a newbie when it comes to poetry, so I was thrilled to learn about Pantoums in an online class. The form is very accessible and the poem sort of writes itself! This Pantoum is about my exploration of the Benedictine concept of Stability, and how I am called to commit to stability of place, […]