Great Words: Challenging our Own Discomfort

William Sloane Coffin, Jr. served as chaplain of Yale University and Williams College, and was senior minister of Riverside Church in New York City. He was a prominent peace activist, civil rights “Freedom Rider,” indicted by the government in the Benjamin Spock conspiracy trial, and was immortalized as Rev. Sloane in the Doonsebury comic Strip. Coffin passed away in 2006.

Great Words: Monastic Life in the New Era

Father Simón Pedro Arnold, OSB founder and president of the Institute for Studies of the Andean Cultures, IDECA (since 2009). In this framework, he is also founder and editorial director of the magazine Pan-Andean Dialogue, and Professor of Andean Religions and Cultures at the Catholic University Santa Maria, Arequipa, Peru.

Journal page: "levels of seeing"

From the ‘Vault’: Levels of Seeing

This is a page from my tarot journal way back when…

Still seems to be good advice!

…handwriting and drawings are my own!

 

Dare to be as holistic as your vision allows you to be. This concept is important in so many ways… not just in reading the tarot, but with respect to the environment, and with the choices that we make every day of our lives.  Without a holistic vision of our predicament (utilizing prudence), we are simply shortsighted…