Let’s follow up on our thinking about “walls” with this from M. Scott Peck (found in The Different Drum), Community requires the confession of brokenness. But how remarkable it is that in our culture brokenness must be “confessed.” We think of confession as … Continue reading
Last week we heard Madeleine L’Engle warn us of the walls we can allow to be created between us and others. In part she wrote, “The house of God … is a cross where time and eternity meet, and where we are – … Continue reading
Madeleine L’Engle has written, “Sometimes the very walls of our churches separate us from God and each other. In our various naves and sanctuaries we are safely separated from those outside, from other denominations, other religions, separated from the poor, the ugly, the … Continue reading
A very short quotation from Mother Teresa today, “Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you.” Nothing needs to be added.