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The Reason for the Season: “There’s Life without Love, but It’s Really Not Much of a Life”


Or “Get Busy Loving or Get Busy Dying” There is no neutrality in life: every moment of our lives is up for grabs, being claimed by Love and counter-claimed by fear.  Both options, both alternatives, are present in every moment … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Love by C. S. Lewis, Kahlil Gibran, Henri J. Nouwen, David Deida, and others. . . .


Often my posts here and on my other blogs serve as missions statements of sorts. They reflect what I aspire to and the standards that I deeply hold myself to. (For example, see my other blog for a companion piece … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Courage, David Deida, Differentiation, Emotional Maturity, Gibran, Hazrat Inayat Khan, Henri J. Nouwen, Love, Love is a Choice, Love is a Decision, Love is an Act of Will, Love is Not a Feeling | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment