Legacy Part 2

You know that feeling when you read something and you just can not wait to talk about it with a friend or loved one? I get really excited about new ideas and perspectives and I think talking them over with others has always helped me digest the information into a form that is more clear … More Legacy Part 2

Legacy Part I

Last month, Mary Oliver departed this life, after 83 years as a “bride married to amazement.” Or at least that was how she articulated the end-of-life hopes she held for herself in the poem “When Death Comes” in 1992.  I find comfort in the belief that is exactly the state she found herself in at … More Legacy Part I

Stalking Exuberance

A few years ago, a former supervisor of mine posted a Mary Oliver passage on his blog, the one that you’ll read below.  He had left his pastoral call to move in another direction – one that many might say is remarkably different from the other.  But one that probably allows him to be himself fully … More Stalking Exuberance