Sunday, March 31: The Unending Miracle of Love

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  • Sunday, March 31: The Unending Miracle of Love
    • Posted by pbegeman on March 29, 2024 at 5:18 pm #143491

      To Practice:

      • Pray these passages again in the manner of Lectio Divina, speaking them out loud to engage your senses and affirm them in your being. What do you hear for your journey now?
      • Watch this short video (1+ minute) about the awakening of humility in one Centering Prayer practitioner’s life.
      • Practice non-judgmental self-awareness this week. What does witnessing presence observe? What is learned?

      If you wish, you may re-read the full email reflection here:

    • Posted by Frank Pendola on March 31, 2024 at 10:00 am #143499

      That we can BEGIN to share in the embrace that Jesus knew, that Christ always knew, is truly the unending miracle of Divine Love. Our Ressurections are unfolding as we sit, and read, and reflect and rest and Go Out and Live!

      The Words from the Cloud of Unknowing fill my mind AND heart.

      Thank You for The Word of The Week .

      Frank Pendola

    • Posted by Maria on April 1, 2024 at 8:49 am #143513

      The inner unfolding of humility, a part of an ongoing journey of self awareness, learning, observing, presence…

      The Resurrection, a renewal, a living hope in the Risen Christ and Unending Miracle of Divine Love.

    • Posted by MarleneOSB on April 4, 2024 at 9:57 am #143571

      Practicing non-judgmental self-awareness this week is showing me that I still have my “property lines” in place when it comes to my time and my daily agenda. In fact, that possessive pronoun “my” really needs to drop or at least loosen up. In the Risen Christ and in Christ’s universe, there ARE no property lines. It’s a lesson I keep learning over and over again.

    • Posted by linda rhead on April 4, 2024 at 6:25 pm #143578

      Father Keating’s observation resonates: “…the bottom and the top meet or collapse into one another…and the ongoing journey becomes whatever God wants it to be.” Whatever life holds for me is whatever God wants it to be. All things work together for good, despite outward appearances. Lord, I believe, help my unbelief. <3 linda

      • Posted by pbegeman on April 4, 2024 at 6:35 pm #143579

        What a powerful prayer, Linda. I feel your surrendered state.  Deep bow to you — Pamela.

    • Posted by Adeline Behm on April 6, 2024 at 8:32 pm #143620

      This Triduum is a defining moment in my life…”to die daily to ‘what is below’ by going down in and through the acquire egoic programs and choose instead a new way of being…” This year I have been connecting with the unconscious self of my childhood. Good Friday I found myself weeping profoundly as my child self in the arms of the Indwelling Spirit, my powerless child self when I could not but feel deeply powerlessness, hopelessness, not enough, a pre-self pity awareness. Through the powerful liturgies I let myself be totally absorbed moving through the experience of “Jesus into the Christ”. Much is wordless surrender perhaps” lived from “our (my) Christ-nature of divine light and love”? Much “Welcome Prayer-ing  ” accompanied my experience this Triduum. Two nights ago during my dreaming self reality I kept backing up my car, redoing it, checking can I do this without hitting a car. This is an apt image of my tumbling into humble compassion toward those with whom I am encountering as we make a wise decision discernment, for something new to happen without my future presence only as BLESSING. (a ROCK TUMLER KIND OF CONSENTING.)

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