1. Kathryn Rickert on March 2, 2012 at 13:50

    The way these words are shared is as, if not more, important than what they say.The gentle wisdom is an invitation itself which makes it so much more possible to hear and to remember. Thank you, again. I missed the one from yesterday. It did not work on my computer. Peace, Kathryn

  2. Susan Keppy on March 2, 2012 at 09:22

    This thought does put a different face on the difficult stretches of life.

  3. PMcLoughlin on March 2, 2012 at 09:00

    I think the series is a brillant outreach method. Pairing the video and the sermon gives a rich trove of thought and inspiration. I wonder if Fr. Benson could have imagined how creatively his sons would have adapted the tools of the current age to reach so many of us–even before breakfast! Thank you. A deeply meaningful experience so far.

  4. Hall Kirkham on March 2, 2012 at 07:29

    Despite all of the books and commentaries, and all of the contortional and acrobatic theologies that I’ve waded through, this helps me most in thinking clearly and simply about suffering and where God is: life is invitational, so the hard landscapes we travel aren’t to be warded off or merely endured but are part of the ongoing invitation from God who is with us and invites us to be with God along the way.

    It is pretty simple, so that’s why I usually overlook it. Thank you.

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