Tag Archives: John O’Donohue

Thresholds & Entrances: Metaphorical Musings on Palm Sunday (sermon)

delivered at the Universalist Church of West Hartford, CT Reading One by Rumi “The breezes at dawn have secrets to tell you Don’t go back to sleep! You must ask for what you really want. Don’t go back to sleep! … Continue reading

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Everybody Loves a Good Ending (of the World) (sermon)

Everybody Loves a Good Ending (of the World) audio version: click here. Above is a link to my first attempt to audio record and post my sermons.  Please forgive clumsiness as I learn.  Below is the prepared sermon, which is … Continue reading

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The Fierce Sanity of Stones

A friend of mine who had great trouble with her mind told me once that she had brought a stone into her apartment, and when she felt her mind going, she would concentrate on the stone.  She said, “There is … Continue reading

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