Whiplash is probably not a “spiritual” word, however it perfectly describes my experiences of being yanked from one emotion to another.
Kay Vander Vort
I was filled with joy in finding something precious to me that I thought was lost.
We are coming to some acceptance. He talks openly about not remembering things. I bring the photo album to look at past events, and in many cases, it’s all new to him. He feels the sadness that he’s not contributing anything. In his earlier years he was a minister and a strong social justice advocate. I am sad as I am losing the vibrant conversations and companionship of a dear man whom I love.
I was yearning to see in person each of my 16 grandchildren – 9 of whom live in the Twin Cities, but the other 7 live out of town.
Discernment is fluid; Ignatius’s mission was to provide exercises to develop the habit of living a discerning life.
I wanted to have a prayer life as vital and intimate as the people interviewed in the aftermath of the trial.
Withdraw from ordinary life to reflect and deepen your spiritual life, and to refresh, rekindle and revitalize your relationship with the Sacred.
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