Dorian and David have a conversation about God’s presence continually accessing our lives and world in the here-and-now and the every-day experience of living.
Author Archives: David Morrison
“And so when the window of the soul becomes illumined with God’s presence, it’s good to bask in it as we would in our own homes as the morning sun streams through the windows. It’s good to sit in silence for a bit, and then to “rise, and not be afraid” of whatever befalls us the rest of the day: whether the events turn out to be terrible, spectacular, or mundane.”
An interview from The On Being Project (Krista Tippett) with Walter Brueggeman that features the power of lamentation in our collective prayer.
Dorian and David discuss the importance of the prayer of lament to meet the challenge of our times.
“The spiritual journey begins when we’re no longer driving away from the desert, but being “led by the Spirit” into it. For some, this initiation comes as a slight stirring in the heart, and for others, it arrives in the form of a complete overturning of life circumstances.”
“The ashes call us to return to our origin and look forward to our destiny: the dust of the earth…”