Stumbling into nothing but paradoxes entwined in incessant ruminations cycling ceaselessly through my mind.
Tag Archives: Mother Teresa
Listening. And another prayer hangup of mine
Religious idealism permeates even atheism in our culture, having conditioned us to value answers more than questioners.
I need your comments about depression
Curious about strong reactions to stories and opinions on depression, at the end of this article are some strong reactions that blind-side me. Would you describe them in your own words, please?
Dark Night of the Soul (2) – Brian Kolodiejchuk
[2.5 minute read] For a concise expansion of the specific original meaning [see more in the resource index] “…night of the senses” …consolations are no longer felt, there is a notable longing for God, and an increase of love, humility, patience… Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C., in “Mother Teresa: Come be my light”: Interior darkness isContinue reading “Dark Night of the Soul (2) – Brian Kolodiejchuk”