Vinita Wright, on her blog Days of Deepening Friendship, often shares video reflections on various spiritual topics. This one asks us to practice noticing as a spiritual discipline.
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In quiet mindfulness, we can let realization meet revelation in a dance of presence where beautiful metaphors emerge, the ficelles of the story of humanity’s relationship with God.
The world is full of beautiful things around me, that if only we see it, we can never say “sorry, I can’t do that,” or uselessly discuss negatively, blaming somebody’s fault… Thank you Ignatius for this insightful video footages. Today, I will find out how I can go again into creating the wonders I’ve known from the past of God’s creation of this wonderful world He created for me that I can never imagine. God has given me greater things to be resourceful again just by reviewing this video tape. God bless.
Akong kinasingkasing pasalamat sa akong Formator Ming Espero for reminding me about BAY IGNACIO His prayer and spirituality. Though I have enough time or prayer now ( at where I am) I don’t give enough time for deep reflection and feel lazy in doing my journal. But with this reminder, I think I am renewed. I promise to go back to the basic again and feel God’s ways journeying with me through St. Ignatius Spirituality. Salamat MING!
Thank you for sharing these wonderful suggestions to help us to grow in our spirituality….just yesterday, I was overwhelmed listening to a classic George Harrison song…”what is my life without Your love…who am I, without You, by my side?” The drive to work took on a new dimension.
Thanks for allowing me to “name” this today…and to remember the moment, with gratitude.
“Without You” — Wonderful!
Very insightful. Thank you very much.
Such a lovely and helpful reflection. Thank you.