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Tarried or Stuck.

Some synonyms: Tarry (v.) // linger, stay, remain, pause, (a)bide, wait, dawdle. Stuck (v.) // remain, stay, linger, dwell, persist, continue, last, endure, burn. Are these two words different? I feel an intrinsic draw to the idea of tarryness. It feels holy, intentional, strong. Yet stuckness exposes my fear of being trapped, claustrophobic, static, boring, afraid. How do two words that are … Continue reading

Awe-yeah

Awe: an overwhelming feeling produced by that which is grand, sublime, extremely powerful, or the like. When was the last time you felt awe? If it’s been a while, slow down and open your eyes to what (and who) is around you. What was your response to being awed? Were you overcome – or maybe paralyzed – by fear? Awe is a beautiful, powerful, overwhelming experience that … Continue reading

Moments versus Monuments

The story in the Bible of the transfiguration of Jesus has always perplexed me.  Peter goes up this mountain with Jesus, all of a sudden there’s a bright light and Jesus is joined by Elijah and Moses.  This is apparently a really big deal and in the midst of the scene Peter offers to build … Continue reading

In 7 Years

I get Seth Godin’s blog sent to my email every day.  (And if you don’t, you should!  Click on the Website tab of this page to find out how.)  Reading his blog is probably one of the most valuable daily routines I have. Today he asked the question – Seven years from now, what will … Continue reading

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