Word of the Day.
In today’s troubled times it is hard to maintain a grounding in our spiritual beliefs. Taking time to reflect these days seems like a luxurious indulgence.
We think that is such as shame! What could be more valuable to our mind, body and soul than to slow down and reflect – even for just a few minutes a day?
We’ve put together our daily ‘Word’ series to provide a short 3 to 5 minute guided reflection.
We take a common word from the English language and reflect on its meaning – taking guidance from the Bible and wise observers from down the ages.
Check them out below. We’d love to hear your thoughts.
Having hope is important to the very act of being a human being. Dr. Judith Rich says, “Hope is a match in a dark tunnel, a moment of light, just enough to reveal the path
“Compassion is sometimes the fatal capacity for feeling what it is like to live inside somebody else’s skin. It is the knowledge that there can never really be any peace
Forgiveness is a choice. It may be difficult and even seem impossible to do. Any which way, it’s you who makes the decision to forgive. Ask for the Lord’s help
The word “providence” is striking. It comes from the word “provide” which has two parts: “pro” (Latin: “forward,” “on behalf of”) and “vide” (Latin: “to see”).