The Miraculous and the Mundane

Sometimes the simple act of standing on a chair and forcing your body to view the surroundings with a different perspective is enough to remind you that there is so much more. Sometimes standing on your car or laying on the grass in the middle of the night is enough to remind you nothing has…

The Cry of Human

We tend to think individualistically regarding self inflicted pain. But the need to cry out for help during distress and the flawed idea that the immediate destructive gratification of this self harm is a sort of beneficial action that will somehow result in the pain vanishing forever is a trait that is common to humanity…

The Mystery of God

The mystery of God. Many of us gladly claim that we embrace the blessed mystery. However, if we are honest in our contemplations we soon realize we are very far from embracing it, let alone, catching a distant glimpse. We have moved from having faith in God and in the One Whom He sent, to…