Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Universe in a Flower

I recently read the book Einstein and the Rabbi by Naomi Levy, a woman Rabbi. She begins her book by telling the story of Rabbi Robert Marcus. This Rabbi was struggling with his grief over the untimely demise of his … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Nature | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Innocence And Beauty

Children are color blind for all they see are Bundles of joy and laughter with whom They can spend the whole day at play. Children do not care what color your skin is They simply pass away the hours Painting … Continue reading

Posted in Presence, Relationships | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Reflected Glory

The moon has no light of her own. She is but the reflections of the sun. When the sun is out, we don’t see her. But she bathes our nights with her warm and tender light. Everything that is has … Continue reading

Posted in Life, Mystery, Nature | Tagged | Leave a comment

God, Being God

Watching the sunset gives me deep and almost heavenly feeling. It is the end of another day, something that should bring about sadness as most endings do. But sunsets leave me with a sense of wonder and reverence at the … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Nature | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Life and Love as Process

Everything that exists is in perpetual motion. The ebb and flow of the tides. The waxing and waning of the moon. The coming and going of the seasons. Even seemingly inanimate and immobile objects are teeming with pulsating protons and … Continue reading

Posted in Change, Life, Love, The Good News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

One And Done or Work In Progress?

The Resurrection is often seen and interpreted as a ‘one and done’ event. We have all been redeemed by Christ on Calvary. But I think that Redemption is better seen as a ‘work in progress’. That is why we also … Continue reading

Posted in Encounter, Faith, Life, Love, Presence, The Good News | Tagged | 1 Comment

The Empty Tomb

When I was young, I would imagine the Resurrection as one very dramatic event. It must have begun as a rumbling on the ground, that soon turned into an earthquake. Then there was a sound and an intense light coming … Continue reading

Posted in Change, Encounter, Life, The Good News | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

An Easter Walk

Anabelle and I love to walk and we often go on hikes. I love to feel the earth beneath my feet and relish her freshness sweet. I love being surrounded by nature’s trees rather than the city’s streets. I’d sooner … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, Encounter, Spirituality, The Good News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Faith and Love, Always Together

Could life ever come from rocks and stones? Doesn’t seem possible, experience tells me. Even so, scientists say we really came from rocks and dust from the stars. Should there be anything at all? there could have been just nothing … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Life, Love, The Good News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Some Truths Are Immeasurable

The scientific method puts a premium on predictability, repeatability and the central tendency in its statistical analysis. One essential tool of the scientific method is measurement. Even among managers, it is axiomatic to say that what cannot be measured cannot … Continue reading

Posted in Mystery, Science, Spirituality, The Good News | Tagged | 1 Comment