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The Moment of Recollection, Part II

We cradle in tenderness children who are without love or compassion, who must manage life with ill-formed and blunted tools; the lonely who cannot experience the penetration of the wall that envelopes them; and those who are so tired that the ground of their being is consumed by a great weariness. These we remember before Thee, our Father. Reflection Response … Read more →

But God in us is waiting and ready to heal us.

Forgive us, our Father, for all the weaknesses in our minds and spirits and for all the ways by which the creative flow of Thy mind and Thy spirit through us may be frustrated and held at bay.-Howard Thurman from The Centering Moment Reflection Response In order to move on, you have to let go. Fears, pains, and old resentments… Read more →