spiritual life now and tomorrow

At my age, in my seventies,

I had a keen interest in comparative

religion, beginning with Episcopalians

and the Quakers. The quiet mind and

inner light kept with me through many

trials and assorted tribulations. Practicing

the early lessons wasn’t always put into play.

Often there was a sense of deep separation.

Now I know that separation is not deep but

active at times, and surely, invisible in the moment,

attached to a strange being, not a spiritual being.

We work in the new year to continue on that healing path.