The sun is shining here this morning at Ashbourne. It wasn’t shining half an hour ago, and it may not be ten minutes from now. But now, it shines. So, stay with the present moment. Within the hour with my kind hosts, Billy and Pauline, we will set out ultimately for Glenstal Abbey. It isContinue reading “On to Glenstal”
I didn’t know what work my new human did when we first met and he brought me to Brooklyn. We dogs don’t seem to have much say in that kind of thing. And that’s okay with me. Humans have this saying about “working like a dog,” but whenever and wherever that was, it’s different nowContinue reading “Chapters of Grace 3: Church”
A meditation on the worth of meditation in a big-world moment like the US election – offered by an English (I believe) Benedictine priest and worth a few moments of your time. The immediate post-election comments by the President, the President-elect and the defeated candidate were more gracious and civilised than anything during the campaignContinue reading “After the Election”
Praying and a jumpy 21st century mind.