You are asking a Theologian! God is the essence of all life and I don’t necessary see God as a masculine figure, but rather as having very feminine attributes.
I think God is unreleased in the silence of those who don’t oppose the wars.
From a fundamentalist Christian perspective, there is heaven and hell, but if we believe that, we become the judge of all and that is not how I know or understand God’s grace. We cannot determine the moment of grace and therein lies the mystery of our faith. I believe we enter into God’s grace when die. Heaven and hell are already present in this life and death is merely a seamless timeline. I am not frightened at all about death.
Lie on the beach, ponder my life and channel whatever energy I have left to people who may need it. I would do all the things my family likes to do, to create the memories for them. My kids and husband have had to take a second place in life, to other greater community needs, and so it would be exclusive time with them.
Full of Grace
Impulsive, stubborn, quickly inspired and creative.
Opinionated, esoteric, a comforter, and jolly.
I can’t think of anything. I feel fulfilled.
The safety of my children.
How are YOU doing?
Many, but one that comes to mind is that I never became a Formula One racing driver! That, and the fact that I have not consciously dealt with the practical implications of ecological theology.
Injustice, and anything that inspires me – a setting sun, a child’s belly laugh…
I experience great lessons daily.
Greed and power.
Being significant in any format.
I would call someone who laughs with me.
By these questions: Was I brave, was I strong, and was I true?
I look for opportunities and capture those moments, so I can turn them into social programs. I am an ordained minister and I work as a part time assistant minister.
A dream that needs to be re-captured. We are not where we want to be and yet, its home for me.
Lost in power and losing the human face because of that. People are becoming more and more removed from one another and physical touch is becoming sacred. This makes us lesser human beings.
I have a tiny bit of OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and I struggle with that.
It is when we are lying on the ground, kicking our feet up in the air and we laugh together. It is total abandon, fearlessness and joy.