Dipsao – I Thirst

The individual meditations below are available as a entire book at Amazon.  I make it free as often as Amazon allows, however when not free all proceeds are donated to charity. Table of Contents Introduction to Dipsao – I Thirst Because I Love You The Word God, Knows Each Need …

Closing Thoughts

Society, likes to distract us with the flaws in people.  These imperfections can cut near physical wounds in our senses. If we allow ourselves to let God’s grace well up, combine and magnify with our humanity, we have no choice to try to become Christ like. The flaws in others …

Dipsaō – I Thirst

His humble last words; I Thirst My thoughts wander Why speak of thirst with no human need left to quench Liquid, cannot be the request His plea in this dark moment His lasting message can only be; for Love Only love could satisfy this thirst Heaven responds; love God, love …

Inside Your Head

This time, I is the I of Jerry I had my own struggle to write of love hidden from ordinary view Numerous distractions got in the way I was blocked, yet I knew I could not give up as what I found needed to be said A path appeared in …

Behold Your Mother

Death is not a pretty thing, as it proves mortality Each tear shed, a sign of beauty’s paradoxology Care and mercy arrive softly, hope ascends Time passes, new discoveries, honest friends To watch these scenes unfold is truth’s privilege Love overcomes everything, love heals damage Repeatedly, I see soothing of …

Sanctuary

Feeling safe, we enter fearlessly with others who gather religiously Their hearts warmed by internal fire Today, I am lost, Your love my desire Faith tells me the shadows will diminish Before long, the cold within will extinguish In this simple pew, I feel reclaimed like previous times, when Spirit …

Acres of Mustard Seeds

Isaiah’s acre is what one ox can plow in a day This planted measure of 4046 square meters can feed a total of eight people for an entire year Our parish’s little community garden can humbly provide fresh produce for only a third of a person’s needs Skeptics might say …