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Friday, 03 June 2011 00:00

resting with diligence

art-restAbout 20 years ago, I was having lunch with a local director of a large well-known ministry.  He asked me how many hours a week I put into my work.  After thinking about it, I told him, on the average, I put in fifty hours a week.  He smirked and condescendingly commented that it was a “light week.”

Published in daily living
Tuesday, 17 August 2010 10:45

calmness of the soul

The Hebrew phrase for equanimity is menuchat hanefesh, which also means "calmness of the soul."

Published in meditation

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showering chesed
The Hebrew word for loving-kindness is chesed.    . . .

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