The contemplative life of humility flows from a pure heart that has persevered through much suffering and found its way to the Source. ~BettyView Meditation about May 28
Francisco de Zurbarán. Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Rose. Norton Simon Museum. Nothing is so one with the nature of God as stillness. To live a spiritual life is to live in the presence of God—to be still […]Read More about Stillness
When we finally come to see that our desire for God is an echo of God’s far more encompassing and passionate desire for us, we can offer others a glimpse of light in the midst of their confusion, darkness, and […]View Meditation about May 14
Dear Ones, Our quest is simply to know God. This encounter with the living God is what we are hungry for. We have been created by God to need God and have been given an infinite capacity for Him. Our […]Read More about A Letter From Betty
Fear keeps us disconnected from the Source from which true love and freedom flows. ~BettyView Meditation about April 30
David Holgate. Julian of Norwich. Anglican Cathedral, Norwich, England Jesus’ admonition, “Be not afraid.”, does not mean that we cannot have fear. We all have fear, but we do not have to lead from a place of fear. Fear forecloses […]Read More about Be Not Afraid.
Painful circumstances that seem so defeating are most often sacred gifts holding the seeds of our healing. ~BettyView Meditation about April 16
Jean Baptiste Carpeaux. Pietà. Metropolitan Museum of Art To grow, to be reborn, one must remain vulnerable–open to love but also hideously open to the possibility of more suffering. Anne Morrow Lindbergh If we are to come face to face […]Read More about God’s Hideous Vulnerability