Natural Wonder

Natural Wonder

In today’s culture, it seems many people lament not having spiritual experiences while others seek them in various ways by paying money for the privilege. The strange thing about our consumer culture is that everything we seek, from a spiritual perspective, is readily...
April’s Wonder

April’s Wonder

Walking out the door, down the steps and out to my car I happened to glance right to an overgrown garden where I noticed patches of yellow on the ground. I stopped, attracted by the color, and walked over to get a closer look. There in front of me were the first...
The Wonder of Spring

The Wonder of Spring

I wonder about the changing seasons of our lives and the day to day rhythms that seem to lull us to sleep. I’ve noticed lately that unless I give special attention to what goes on in the course of a day, I miss the subtle nature of the passing moments. I forget to...
Summer Wonder

Summer Wonder

Over this summer I’ve been pondering stories that have shown up over the past three months and those from a more distant past. They’ve drifted up from somewhere in my unconscious to say: “Hello, do you remember who you were in the summer of nineteen sixty three or...
Darkness and Light

Darkness and Light

Over the past many years I’ve wandered into the exploration of human darkness to discover it in myself and everyone I’ve met with rare exception. In this exploration I’ve also discovered the amazing and seemingly infinite power of the light we all have flowing in,...
Wondering About Wisdom

Wondering About Wisdom

When I first started wondering about wisdom decades ago I pictured a very old man with long white hair and a beard sitting in a rocking chair on a porch or behind a desk in a study filled with papers and books. At that period of my life, wisdom was reserved for old...