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Reflection 6.22.17


The whole purpose of the Bible, it seems to me, is to convince people to set the written word down in order to become living words in the world for God’s sake. For me, this willing conversion of ink back to blood is the full substance of faith.

~Barbara Brown Taylor, from her book Leaving Church

Reflection 6.20.17


The creation is not in any sense independent of the Creator, the result of a primal creative act long over and done with, but is the continuous, constant participation of all creatures in the being of God.

~Wendell Berry, from his essay Christianity and the Survival of Creation

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Reflection 6.18.17


If our lives demonstrate that we are peaceful, humble and trusted, this is recognized by others. If our lives demonstrate something else, that will be noticed too.

~Rosa Parks, civil rights activist (1913-2005)

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Reflection 6.16.17


… It is important to remember that love is more than a feeling. It is active and transitive. The real test of my loving is not that I feel loving, but that the other person feels loved by me. Love is what I do to create this sense of feeling cared for.

~Morton T. Kelsey, from his book Companions on the Inner Way