We, your students, long for full inclusion and an embrace of us and our gifts – and that’s different from what we’re usually getting.
Reflections on how my week of intentional community, worship, silence, and going off the grid at Taizé changed me for good.
I am who I am because of my cracks, and yet I am moving on from a simple “well, I learned” response to my past.
We must integrate the reminders “memento mori” and “memento vivere” in order for us to stay present in “ordinary time.”
Let yourself be loved, dear ones; real friendships don’t have a scale. Here are some tips about letting go of that fear.
What I’ve hoped for and will continue to hope for this year are gifts to myself that are more far important than things.
It’s Mental Health Month. Let’s talk about something real.