Tending the spiritual lives of writers & readers.
Here’s a law of physics that every preschooler knows: To have fun on the seesaw (or I should say teeter-totter now that I’m a Minnesotan), you need two people. Movement, balance, and those joyous bumps all depend on having weight at both ends.
This is true for so much else as well! A good conversation needs two people with different opinions and a willingness to listen. A healthy relationship needs tension as well as commonality. A productive solution to any problem addresses multiple aspects of that problem. The truth itself is never singular but always sitting right in the center of paradox.
As you’ve probably guessed, I’m pondering our public rhetoric, especially around the upcoming election and in response to ongoing, systemic racism in our country. read more…
October 8, 2016: Saturday Introductory Workshop at Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality.
Second Fridays; 1:30-3:30 p.m.: Spiritual Memoir drop-in sessions, Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality.
September 9: Journeys
October 14: Holy Play
November 11: Place
December 9: Symbols & Metaphors
September 12-16, 2016: Alone Together writing retreat at the Madeline Island School of the Arts.