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aspen

“"The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few, Male, 49, from West Coast

Time is short......best get to loving your neighbor Feb 12, 2019

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    1. Josho
      Josho
      Thank you for the follow. :-)
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    2. Josho
      Josho
      That is some nice stained glass in your profile pic. :-)
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    3. aspen
      aspen
      Time is short......best get to loving your neighbor
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    4. aspen
      aspen
      "Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities" - Voltaire
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    5. aspen
      aspen
      Are you a bully? Is bullying an effective method of witnessing truth? What is the difference between persuasion and bullying?
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    6. aspen
      aspen
      "Launch out into the deep" - St. John of the Cross
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    7. aspen
      aspen
      Looking for meaningful discussion
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    8. Angelina
      Angelina
      Good to see you posting again aspen. Welcome back! :)
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    10. goodshepard55
      goodshepard55
      Love your post aspen, you are a blessing to me...Love you
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    11. aspen
      aspen
      Awesome MH!
    12. Miss Hepburn
      Miss Hepburn
      Hi my spiritual buddy, btw - looking at a past comment of mine - I have been watching more Father Keating on youtube.
      ;) Always open to the love in the stillness..
    13. goodshepard55
      goodshepard55
      Thanks dear one...interesting post on church..great study...just have to find the right words to tell how to tell if a preacher is Holy Spirit filled
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    14. goodshepard55
      goodshepard55
      Hi Aspen..what does orthodox mean to a little south Georgia gal?
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    15. jiggyfly
      jiggyfly
      Thanks for the encouragement Aspen.
    16. Selene
      Selene
      Good luck on your retreat, Aspen!
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    17. Miss Hepburn
      Miss Hepburn
      Hello dear,
      Drop me a line when you return from the monastery -share with me what you realized.
      :) Miss Hepburn
    18. Selene
      Selene
      Have the patience and humility of the Saints.
    19. mcorba
      mcorba
      The patience of a Saint has been called upon!! Lots of irony in that, huh, as we spend All our time focusing solely on the Saints dont we!!
      :)
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    20. Miss Hepburn
      Miss Hepburn
      Thanks -Father Keating - I can see his face - didn't he just pass?
      Anyway, he is correct - if you'd like to know more say the word...get it, say the word? Ha! Have a blessed day
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Apr 30, 1971 (Age: 49)
    Region / City:
    West Coast
    Occupation:
    Benedictine Spirituality
    Faith:
    Christian
    Country:
    United States
    Personal Statement of Faith:
    Obedience through loving others
    Benedictine Oblate

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    “The business of the universe is to make such a fool out of you that you will know yourself for one, and begin to be wise.”
    George MacDonald


    “Awe . . . is more than an emotion; it is a way of understanding. Awe is itself an act of insight into a meaning greater than ourselves. . . . Awe enables us to perceive in the world intimations of the divine, to sense in small things the beginning of infinite significance, to sense the ultimate in the common and the simple.”

    - Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel




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