You have eyes and fail to see. Mark 8:18.


What do we fail to see?

Is it other people who simply want a friend, someone to listen to them?

Is it a member of the community who does not know how he will receive his next meal or pay his outstanding rent or utility bill?

Is it the beauty of nature on a simple walk?

Is it my own child who simply wants a few minutes of my attention so I can play with her?

Is it taking time for ourselves to just stop working and read a book, write in our journal or sit and do nothing?

Is it a local organization that has the resources but needs people on the ground to volunteer?


What do we fail to see?


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Does this sound like you?

“I am bored with my life?”

“I am not doing the things that I want to do in all areas of my life:”

-career, personal, family, community.

I feel unfulfilled, like I am just going through the motions everyday.

I have dreams and goals, but I am afraid to show up and take action on them.

I don’t want years to pass and be disappointed when I look back on my life.

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Do you want to obtain the freedom to become your true self,  the person I’m created to be?

How do I create a long lasting and sustainable centering prayer practice?

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