No Matter the Road, We Always Find Our Way Back

The way of the journey brings with it inner rises and falls, and the ability to sway with the breeze even when the mind seeks to settle. The mind does seek to settle. It is the way of protection, the way of escaping the reality of the present. Yet the thoughts dance about, tugging at what is, pulling seams apart undoing practices. Not all things … Continue reading No Matter the Road, We Always Find Our Way Back

Faith: It Isn’t A Walk in the Park

Not every moment lived inside of faith is easy. As a matter of fact, the frequency with which unease may arise can be consistent enough to have us question ourselves. Yet that is the purpose of faith itself. It is the very thing that we must exercise when the discomfort shows its head and the questioning begins. It wouldn’t be faith otherwise; we wouldn’t need … Continue reading Faith: It Isn’t A Walk in the Park

We Practice Our Faith During the Storm, Not After

Each day we wake inside of life and move about the way of its going. We take steps in this direction or that direction that we might arrive. Yet not all stepping is going. Some steps taken are steps that lead us to seeing, to discovering, and to moving inside of that which we now come to see. Our eyes lay there atop the rises … Continue reading We Practice Our Faith During the Storm, Not After