1. Pamela on March 1, 2012 at 09:05

    These thoughts on the rule of our lives are meant to be heard over and over. That’s what I do –replay the old throughout the day along with hearing the new!
    Thank you .

  2. Rev. Robert Carroll Walters on February 24, 2012 at 19:41

    The first three presentations suggest that this will be a very worthwhile series, and I look forward to the remainder. I am 76 and a retired priest, but the questions posed are those which I am asking today. Thank you.
    On another matter, the background music includes passages of organa. What is the source of this particular selection?

    • Editor on February 26, 2012 at 12:09

      Hi Robert,
      Thanks for your comment. We’re delighted to know that the series is proving helpful. The audio selections are taken from the Brothers’ CD “Guard Us Sleeping” which you can purchase through Amazon. The selection from day 3 was a chant setting of Psalm 31 written by one of the SSJE Brothers.

  3. Kathryn White on February 24, 2012 at 14:48

    David, Curtis and Geoffrey,

    Thank you so much for these first reflections. Each one of them has been clear and has opened up the importance of a rule to me in new ways. I find I am savoring each one throughout the day and often returning to it. Much good food to chew upon! I am so grateful for these Lenten gifts.

  4. Susan Keppy on February 24, 2012 at 11:05

    This is what I really value about the Church’s call to reflection during Lent. It is so easy to get sucked into living by other principles! Dictates of work, home life, and other activities keep us all moving from deadline to deadline– or it feels that way. Periodically considering our values and priorities can help us recognize when we are making assumptions about life that “ain’t necessarily so”, and be more mindful about the choices we make.

  5. Andrew Wilson on February 24, 2012 at 08:58

    I am thoroughly enjoying your “Framework” as we begin Lent. The reflections are raising needed questions in my own life. Thank you!

  6. William Chapman on February 24, 2012 at 08:47

    A very accessible and common-sense approach to something that can be intimidating. Thank you.

  7. jane on February 24, 2012 at 08:33

    thanks david for those words. i think we all have standards which we live by. i think as we are raised we are taught certain standards to help and guide us through life. i tell my golfing budies i go to church to help me in my daily life. with Gods help i will try to best i can. jane

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