Unhealthy render us unappreciative of our living particularities. Gratitude is a protest against the autocracy of comparison.
Gratitude subverts the status quo by refusing to see anything as “status quo”. It is a mutiny against the mundane.
When you look for things to be grateful for, you find them, often in the most unexpected places and in the strangest of forms…
Integrity becomes apparent through the deliberateness of our intentions, the consistency of our behavior, and the congruence of our actions.
Today marks the beginning of National Gratitude Month. I am a person guilty of harboring a multitude of character flaws but, if there is one thing I am especially guilty of it is being an ungrateful @$$hole. There’s a lot that hasn’t been going “well” for me lately, and I …
A few weeks back I had the privilege of recording a few thoughts for The Riverside Church’s podcast “Be Still and Go”. Here’s the transcript!
This is a special episode/video because not only is Jerome Shaw a talented creator but, he’s also one of my Patrons.
It’s Thursday. The week is coming to a close and yet, I feel like my week is just getting started.
I sat down with Rev. Jerry Maynard. Rev. Jerry is a Priest, activist, and Interfaith Minister. We talk about theology, atheism, activism, “liberation”.
I sit down with Rev. Jerry Maynard, a Priest, activist, and Interfaith Minister. We talk about theology, atheism, activism, “liberation”, and so much more.