Shifting and moving Light, shaping cells of being Waves alternating People, communing Bound by the weak current, a Valence of vision Questions that shape us Our joyful spaces, the life We create and love Brought to our sorrows The Affirmation of pain Each day, by vision Make each second real We […]Read more "Vision"
An ocean of tears Shed in sorrow and silence Voiceless agony Angel, have mercy Sing, wash me in your echo Your cleansing music The withering world The divine presence binds me I will not perish Free me from myself Intoxicated by light Memories of love Calm me with reason Soak me […]Read more "Melancholia"
It intoxicates Sweet love, full of energy Aphrodite’s foolRead more "Love"
The Gospel According to Matthew – 2017.07.09 The Way of Faith The teachings of Jesus cannot be treated like a shell game, though they are, and have been since the beginning, as Matthew’s Gospel illustrates. The way of Jesus is not a long can, it is not a bait and […]Read more "A Homily – Matthew 11:25 – 30 ©"
Mohammed Ali left the world One year ago The greatest of all time is gone Mohammed Ali held the world In his hands The greatest of all time, lives on I heard the news of his passing I woke in the middle of the night I heard the news of his passing I […]Read more "The Greatest of All Time"
The Gospel According to John – 2017.05.28 Getting it Wrong, Again The writers of John’s Gospel reveal, once again, their fundamental misunderstanding of Jesus and mission. The ministry of Jesus was centered on real people, living real lives, facing real hardship, in the real world. His gaze was focused toward […]Read more "A Homily – John 17:1 – 11 ©"
The Gospel According to John – 2017.05.14 Getting It The Gospels are replete with stories that depict the ignorance of Jesus’ twelve male disciples. You them. They were human beings and like all of us they were flawed, confused, and ignorant. Jesus even refers to Saint Peter as “Satan,” the enemy, […]Read more "A Homily – John 14:1 – 12 ©"