Tag Archives: Freedom

Snapshots & Whatnot: Meaningful Choices

Austrian author and psychiatrist Viktor Frankl (1905-1997) survived four concentration camps during the Holocaust. He knew gratuitous suffering intimately. Given chaotic challenges ever present in our world, may these insights of his encourage our hearts today. “Between stimulus and response … Continue reading

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#LENT: (a little) Holy Hilarity

“As soap is to the body, so laughter is to the soul.” Jewish Proverb During Lent we often focus on the solemn and somber. Ashes, fasting, and abstinence deepen our somberness (especially if low blood sugar is an issue, like … Continue reading

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Soaring (with a little faith!)

Sometimes we get so mired in making sure we’re sure about whatever we’re doing that we forget to engage our eyes of faith to look up for soaring opportunities. We may get a little (too) comfortable hanging out where we … Continue reading

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GIFTS …and Gifts…

Gifts (the giving of) and Gifts (the receiving of) are a big part of this holiday season.  We spend a great deal of time, or too little time (if busy schedules make us Christmas Eve shoppers), trying to find gifts … Continue reading

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