Tagged Skylight Paths

Becoming Bully Proof


Yesterday a good friend of mine was in a car accident (no one was injured), and the driver of the other vehicle leaped out of his car and called her a horrible string of names that can’t be repeated here. Being in a car accident is a scary thing, for everyone involved. For a moment, …

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Poverty of Heart Means Openness


The reviewer at Publisher’s Weekly described my understanding of hospitality as “capacious.” I had to look that word up! (You can read the full review on the Amazon.com site.) Capacious means containing or capable of containing a great deal, roomy. Yeah. So, not only my book, but hospitality, too. A roomy heart and life. Capacious! …

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It’s All about Relationship

Hospitality-the sacred art

Every once in awhile, someone finds me on facebook to tell me what it was like to read my book. I love that and I’m so grateful that something I’ve created helps people. Despite having “hospitality” as the title, the book is really about how to become a more loving, whole person. One reader wrote …

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Looking for the Evil Within Us

In my book on Hospitality-the sacred art, I have a chapter devoted to hospitality to our enemies. These are two words we don’t put together in our heads (or our practice) very often. Hospitality. Enemies. The idea is very akin to the Jesus concepts of “Love your enemies,” “pray for those who persecute you.” When …

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