Practicing virtue draws us to the good. Through virtue we live the good life.Continue reading “Week Thirteen: A Life of Love. Daily Practice”
Life is not in the spectacular; it is in the subtle moments before us. It’s the simple and next right thing I need to do right in front of me. It is bringing love into the everyday moments of my life.Continue reading “Week Thirteen: A Life of Love. Everyday Love”
How do you define true love? Growing up, I didn’t have a good definition, so I made up an unhealthy one that bordered on codependency. I remember the day when my pre-teen daughter asked me what love was and words of truth came out of my mouth.Continue reading “Week Thirteen: A Life of Love. Goodness of Love”
Have you found true love or are you still searching? I spent most of my life as the song says, “looking for love in all the wrong places.” Over time, I was unsatisfied and started questioning what love is and grace answered.Continue reading “Week Thirteen: A Life of Love. Finding Love.”
What do you value? Is your relationship with God at the top of your list? As I journey through my life, I’m aware that my life works so much better when God is on top. I have a broader perspective and mature spiritually.Continue reading “Week Thirteen: A Life of Love. Valuing God”
Looking for God’s Goodness in contemplation and prayer.
Sit quietly, Beloved.
Take four deep breaths, Beloved.
Read a few truths, Beloved, that the One who loved you first says about you:
God makes me like a jewel in a crown. (Zech. 9:16)Continue reading “Week Twelve. Beloved. Looking for God’s Goodness and Weekly Reflection Summary.”