We must integrate the reminders “memento mori” and “memento vivere” in order for us to stay present in “ordinary time.”
What I’ve hoped for and will continue to hope for this year are gifts to myself that are more far important than things.
The past teaches us important lessons about where we do and do not want to go, but we also need to let go.
I rarely talk about my faith on this blog, but it’s time to share some of how I’m getting through an unexpected and challenging time.
Part 3: Mental health. The free or low-cost accommodations and products that help keep my mood up.
I don’t claim to have any answers, but I do have experiences and hope, and so can you.
This short book by Amy Wright Glenn is a truly marvelous mix of stories about the beginning, middle, and end of all life.