Over the past six months or so, I have intentionally withdrawn from much of the public dialogue and writing that… Read more The Sacred Art of Shutting Up
Like I do early each Sunday morning, I walked out of my apartment to take a contemplative walk around Denver’s… Read more The Man in the Doorway
About a week before Christmas I was walking out of a store along Colfax Avenue in Denver. Unexpected snow had… Read more There’s No Charge for Kindness
To keep you growing is to keep you vulnerable to life and love itself. -Richard Rohr, The Divine Dance Two weeks… Read more Help! Trump is Coming to Thanksgiving!
2015 was one of those years that, upon quick reflection, you want to forget. On an international level, there’s been… Read more 2015: The Year My Faith Became Free
Like most days, I spent my lunch on Thursday outside browsing some of my favorite websites. As I clicked my… Read more Have We Become Numb to Stories of Violence?
There’s a scene in The Avengers where Captain America is about to jump out of a jet to intervene in a… Read more “There’s Only One God … And He Doesn’t Dress Like that.”
I take the title of this post from a chapter of Jean-Paul Sartre’s Existentialism and Human Emotions. While Sartre is… Read more Freedom & Responsibility
Each individual is freedom essentially. Each person is free to chose oneself. This could lead to a flourishing life, or… Read more Despair:Sin
The gun control issue continues to linger as more states seem to be pushing stricter gun enforcement (Colorado passed such… Read more Common Misconceptions About Gun Control Proponents