Tag Archives: Compassion

A Litany of Confusion

I gave the following talk in St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Rockport, Massachusetts on March 10th, 2013. This is in part a birthday present for Mother Karin, so she won’t have to write a sermon this week, but it’s also … Continue reading

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Clue #4, Warnings and Confessions

For a number of years I worried that if I ever figured life out I’d be required to write a book—and what an awful lot of work that would be. As to figuring things out…well let’s just say that I’m writing the book and leave it at that. Continue reading

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Clue #3, Compassion at Breakfast

I’ve known for years that an essential stepping stone on the path to realizing our full potential is compassion, but I was amazed – at breakfast during a recent retreat – to watch as layers of confusion were pealed away to reveal the true nature of compassion and it’s enormous power to transform lives. Continue reading

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