From October 26, 2020 The more merciful you are, the more mercy you will feel. But to truly feel God’s unlimited mercy, you need to incorporate into your day moments of stillness, moments where you can climb to the inner summit of your life and see the vast horizon of God’s love.
From October 25, 2020 Late Wednesday morning, Naïve was seated alone on the back bench. She looked sad. She often sits alone. When she lived on the second floor, she often stood alone on the balcony starring into the night. I was headed back upstairs, but I decided to go sit next to Naïve.
From October 24, 2020 I offered this visual mediation these last two days to give you an impression of the milieu in which we work. The poverty is staggering and sickening. Getting anything done is near impossible. The corruption and violence are daunting.
From October 23, 2020 A few days ago, I was prompter to look at photos from my first trip to Haiti in December, 2009, just weeks before the earthquake. I also looked at photos from my three post-earthquake visits in early 2010.