weeping may remain for a night,
but rejoicing comes in the morning
There is a dynamism in the chimes, can you hear it? Stillness and silence giving way to movement and sound and …. What do you hear?
A brief reflection on Ruth
In the story of Ruth I find a marvelous, mysterious, messy and invigorating dynamic of scarcity and abundance, barenness and fecundity, death and life, playing-it-safe and taking-risks, self-giving and self-satisfaction, despair and hope, death and life. Read it with an eye to these dynamics, listen to the story for the truths it has to teach for living in 21st century America. Please share with me (and others) what you hear. ~dan
A report: Justin Welby to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury
“Justin Welby, the Bishop of Durham, has accepted the post of Archbishop of Canterbury, The Daily Telegraph has learnt.” The Telegraph article dated 7 Nov 2012
There has been no official announcement of this appointment (7am PST on 11/8/12), but follow up articles suggest The Telegraph is confident of their report. ~dan
Hope of the dawn
Hope of the dawn.
Joy of the day
Peace of the night
Renew us we pray.
Theresa Mary Grass in Pocket Prayers and shared in a Spirituality & Practice email dated 14 May 2012
Photo: Moriori on Wikimedia Commons ~dan