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One of the people that has taught me the most about the value of pause is Ann Linnea. Ann and I have known and appreciated each other for the last twenty years. She is cofounder of PeerSpirit and The Circle Way. She is author of books about nature, rites of passage, wilderness quests, and of course, circle. She is a… Continue reading
As a Canadian, this wakes me up. Disturbs me. Encourages me. Calls me to integrity. Reminds me of need for community.
It is written by pal and colleague Chris Corrigan, who has given this attention for 30 years. Chris goes on to list five principles for living reconciliation meaningfully.
Wednesday is National Aboriginal Day and ten days later, Canada commemerates… Continue reading
Earlier this week I read a friends completed dissertation. It’s Sara Rosenau, a pastor and friend within the United Church of Christ faith tradition. Sara is wicked smart. Very thoughtful. And playful. It’s a really nice combo. And I’m glad we are working together in support of a cultural evolution in the Central Pacific Conference.
Sara’s dissertation is filled with… Continue reading
In three days I’ll be hosting a weekend event at my home. That’s my living room pictured above. Readied and rearranged a bit to accommodate eight of us for a weekend of friends in this.
It’s deep spirited work and life for which I’m grateful.