A Thanksgiving Blessing

You and I have Life. We have the capacity to be conscious of it and present to it in this moment. We can choose to let go of the past, stop worrying about the future, and attend to what is. Here. Now.

Inanna: Myth of Descent

Hero myths have healing meaning too, but “happily ever after” does not tell the whole story. Descent myths do.

Blog Tour for Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Today, Tuesday, April 9, 2013, I’ll be a guest blogger at Feminism and Religion, hosted by Rosemary Radford Ruether, Ph.D. The title of my post is Incarnating the Mystery with Psychological Awareness. Click here for the link.

A Thanksgiving Blessing

If you are reading this post on the day of its publication, two days before Thanksgiving, I am on a plane headed for Viet Nam, Laos, and Cambodia, sites of some of the most horrendous killing fields on the planet where vast numbers of human beings suffered and died in ways I cannot imagine or bear to think about. What was left for them to be grateful for in their last moments?