April 22: Stillness – Pilgrimage of Resurrection
(A Creative Journey through the Easter Season)

Pilgrimage of Ressurection

Word for Today: Stillness

April 22- StillnessThe Desert Mothers and Fathers valued their monastic cell as a vitally important place. As with all things, they view their cells as a way to experience stillness and as a place to quiet their inner life.

—Christine Valters Paintner, The Soul of a Pilgrim: Eight Practices for the Journey Within

Reflective Question: Can you stay present to the storm of your emotional life, all those feelings, thoughts and voices you do daily battle with? Can you make space to feel your grief and to welcome in your feelings of helplessness, your rage at injustice?


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One Response

  1. can you make space ~

    in your heart
    in your life
    in you

    this moment
    still ~
    to hear

    your very
    self
    calling ~

    can you
    make
    s p a c e ~

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