Tag Archives: spiritual
Those who know me know how important running has been in my life. I first began to run on the track team of Miller Junior High School in Marshalltown, Iowa. Our 440 relay team broke the school record and that … Continue reading
I’ve tried to explain why I write so much. From that blog post: “That is the reason I feel led to write so much, to try to be more explicit about our spirituality. Led is the key word here. The … Continue reading
Partly as a result of recent discussions on the Facebook page, Quakers Welcome Spiritual Seekers, I’m continuing to wonder about how we express our spiritual experiences and how we can share those experiences with others. Especially now that we are beginning … Continue reading
I’ve been writing about the book, The Gandhian Iceberg, by Chris Moore-Backman. The concept of the iceberg represents the three interrelated pieces of what is referred to as Integral Nonviolence, which “was meant to denote Gandhi’s holistic and comprehensive nonviolence … Continue reading
Fortunately, the Spirit is expressed in many different ways. Nathan Chen’s figure skating performance at the 2017 U.S. Nationals was a breathtaking display.
Below is the link to a scene from the movie, “Moonlight”, the story of a gay, black man. The story is broken into three parts, played by three different actors, representing different ages of the main character–child, young man, adult. … Continue reading
Ice crystals usually evoke a spiritual feeling, a feeling of being in awe. Some other photos from this winter, so far, here.
The following post is from the website, Walking the Red Road. “We Walk the Red Road by Doing Our Utmost To Follow the Sacred Teachings of Those Beloved Elders That Made the Red Road Visible By Walking it Before Us!” … Continue reading