There really is no substitute for sitting and waiting.
I am in a reading group with Renovare online and we are currently working our way through a book on spiritual disciplines by Nathan Foster, son of Richard Foster. Nathan is much more raw in his struggle with spiritual discipline. What Richard Foster wrote on always sounded like a glide into tranquility. I knew itContinue reading “Free me from the tyranny of STUFF”
It was about a year ago I was challenged by the Spirit to simplify my life a little more. Because we live in a metro area that has decent transportation alternatives, I knew it wasn’t a huge sacrifice. To that point I rarely used the old car I had, trying to utilize the bus asContinue reading “The year on the bus”
“Simplicity is restful contempt for the non-essentials of life.” What a beautiful line. It’s from this article on simplicity. We keep expanding the list of what is “non-essential.” And we get in trouble for it. What I think I must have is such a long list these days. The goal is to pare down. UnderstandContinue reading “Simplicity”