Category Archives: Change

FOMO

In nature, nothing is ever out of place. The beach looks as natural with or without footprints. With footprints, the scene suggests there are humans around with stories, to tell. Without the footprints, the pristine scene makes on wonder how … Continue reading

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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

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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

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Spring Is Here

      Spring always speak to me of hope and a new creation. An assurance that after the gloom of winter, the earth comes back alive with an explosion of colors and fresh life. For no matter how dark … Continue reading

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In Due Time

The splendor that was Egypt and Persia – buried. The glory that was Rome and Greece – gone. The magnificence that was the Aztecs and the Incas – in ruins. Yet the world, our world, endures. With even more lavish … Continue reading

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Imagining A Better World. Again.

Man, for all the goodness in him, can fall prey to perversions of tragic proportions. Thus, we see lawmakers and government officials who in their hubris think they are above the law. There are some priests and religious who in … Continue reading

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To Everything There Is a Season

Invariably, at the end of a successful mission, Col. Hannibal Smith would say to his A-Team “I love it when a plan comes together.” In today’s Gospel, one gets the feeling of a plan coming together, of things converging towards … Continue reading

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