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Cutting Our Feet From Under Us

Cutting Our Feet From Under Us

This post was originally published on November 14, 2011   This weekend, I watched the documentary: End Of Poverty? and there were several things that stood out. • In Bolivia, water was privatized to the point that collecting rainfall was considered illegal (thank...
3 R’s For Meditating On Scripture

3 R’s For Meditating On Scripture

  I find that I am always interested in improving myself when it comes to meditating on scripture.  I’ve used so many different methods but this one seems to help me the most.  Of course, my hope that you will be helped by this method as well....
Looking At The Second Mansion

Looking At The Second Mansion

  When it comes down to prayer, I can freely admit that I am still a beginner, in fact, I feel like I’m in the Second Mansion. There is so much that I need to learn, and grow and gain!  There is never a dull moment with me in my home—that’s for sure. I...
How to [not] Handle Emergencies

How to [not] Handle Emergencies

{This post was originally published on Aug 31, 2011. Picture updated, with minor edits.} Since my family came over to stay with me and my husband for a day in our very small one bedroom apartment; I’ve been able to reflect on a few things that I have...
Sunday Prayer for Peace

Sunday Prayer for Peace

  Have you turned on the news lately, and felt like there was just no peace?  I’ve heard through the inter web that it looks like we’re headed (or in) World War III.  Now, that could be an ever exaggeration–to us.  However, I...
What Humility Is Not

What Humility Is Not

  A few Sundays ago we heard a running theme through the reading, gospel and homily–humility.  There are many people, great and unknown that talk about this theme, write about it, and preach it.   What made this so personal for me is because, like...
Sunday Prayer: Knowing My Limit

Sunday Prayer: Knowing My Limit

    Dear Lord, You have taught valuable lessons this week. Through you, I have learned that I should just walk away from negative people. They take too much from me, and leave me empty at the end of the day. Without doing so, I leave my family empty and...
The Body Is A Temple

The Body Is A Temple

For the longest time, I always heard that the body is a temple.  for me that always meant to try to avoid sin.  Do the right thing and not focus on anything that was harmful.  But while I completely took the spiritual parts seriously, I now must admit...
Fall: Post Sandy

Fall: Post Sandy

{This post was originally published in November 8, 2013.  Republished with editing. October 2012, a superstorm Sandy hit NYC along with other areas in the North East.  My mother’s home, like so many homes flooded and property damage was huge....
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