Loose Ends, a Lenten Practice (1)

I like things to be in order. I like cupboard doors closed, books arranged so they are easy to find when needed, my grocery list arranged in the same order as the aisles in the store. I’m not obsessive about these things, but order, having things and activities in order, my order, keeps my stressContinue reading “Loose Ends, a Lenten Practice (1)”

Discovering Your Personal Rhythm for Healthy Living

Happy 2021! A few weeks ago, I was asked to prepare a video lecture for students in the Human Services program at the New Brunswick Community College. They, like everyone else, are doing virtual classes in our COVID circumstances. Now that the students have had their turn, I’m making the video public. Most of itContinue reading “Discovering Your Personal Rhythm for Healthy Living”

The Best Criticism

“The best criticism of the bad is the practice of the better.” ~ Richard Rohr This morning, with my coffee, I read, as usual, in no particular order, my email, Facebook notifications, and news. Some of my email is summarized news, which is where I started today. I’ve come to believe that coffee energizes orContinue reading “The Best Criticism”