Everything is spiritual, even our spending. What we buy, how we buy it, when we buy it, how impulsively we buy it all pertains to our spiritual life. A person made the thing, grew the thing, sewed the thing, transported the thing everything we purchase is not limited to the store. I have come to … Continue reading Spirituality of Spending
I imagine that this sort of thing happened with Jesus and his disciples: One day Jesus and his disciples were walking a dirt road toward Jerusalem. Seeing a nice plain Jesus stops and says, “Let’s sit. I have a lesson I wish to teach you.” After being seated Peter asks, “Lord, what is the lesson … Continue reading Just sit with me.
Before discovering the art of being content and having enough, my life was wrought with the desire to purchase things I did not need, with money I did not have to impress people I did not like. Impulse buying, retail therapy, the euphoric experience of clicking on check out, handing the cashier your credit card, … Continue reading Killing the Impulse: Breaking the habit of impulse buying
One evening while sitting at my kitchen table, I scrolled through YouTube looking for the perfect music mix to enjoy my snack with. However, a question passed through my mind that gave me pause: “How often do I allow time to simply be present?” Where every morning I typically get the same things accomplished by … Continue reading Life Without Music
“Death is not waiting for us at the end of a long road. Death is always with us, in the marrow of every passing moment. She is the secret teacher hiding in plain sight, helping us discover what matters most.” -Frank Ostaseski There is an app that reminds you five random times a day that … Continue reading Don’t forget, You’re Going to Die.