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We can see Spirit made visible when people are kind to one another, especially when it's a really busy person, like you, taking care of a needy, annoying, neurotic person, like you.
One secret of life is that the reason life works at all is that not everyone in your tribe is nuts on the same day. Another secret is that laughter is carbonated holiness
Prayer usually means praise, or surrender, acknowledging that you have run out of bullets.
When we did art with the kids, the demons would lie down.
Certainty is missing the point entirely.
A good marriage is supposed to be one where each spouse secretly thinks he or she got the better deal.
One of the immutable laws of being human is that the people who show up are the right people.
When I asked Father Tom where we find God in this present darkness, he said that God is in creation, and to get outdoors as much as you can.
... the reason life works at all is that not everyone in your tribe is nuts on the same day. [pp. 65-66]
I am positive of only a few things in life, and one is that if you want to have a decent middle and old age, you have to get exercise almost every day.
I kept my expectations low, which is one of the secrets of life.
Teenagers who do not go to church are adored by God, but they don't get to meet some of the people who love God back.
You celebrate what works and you take tender care of what doesn’t, with lotion, polish, and kindness.
It's good to do uncomfortable things. It's weight training for life.
First find a path, and a little light to see by. Then push up your sleeves and start helping.
Usually if you pray from the heart, you get an answer—the phone rings or the mail comes, and light gets in through the cracks, so you can see the next right thing to do. That’s all you need.
Only God can put Scripture inside. But reading sacred text can put it on your hearts, and then when your hearts break, the holy words will fall inside.
When you’re kind to people, and you pay attention, you make a field of comfort around them, and you get it back—the Golden Rule meets the Law of Karma meets Murphy’s Law.
One secret of life is that the reason life works at all is that not everyone in your tribe is nuts on the same day. Another secret is that laughter is carbonated holiness.
It gets darker and darker, and then Jesus is born.” That line came back to me, from out of nowhere, and I decided to practice radical hope, hope in the face of not having a clue.