227 – Ordinary Acts – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

Thomas Moore suggests, The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest. Thanksgiving Day has come and gone for another year.  Now our “sights” are set toward Christmas. … Continue reading

100 – Poetry – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

I came across these lines from the T. S. Eliot poem “The Dry Salvages” a few weeks ago when I was looking through the book Simplicity by Richard Rohr, These are only hints and guesses, Hints followed by guesses; And … Continue reading

17 – Simplicity – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

“The inward reality of single-hearted focus upon God and his kingdom, which results in an outward lifestyle of modesty, openness and unpretentiousness and which disciplines our hunger for status, glamor, and luxury.” “We brought nothing into the world, so that … Continue reading