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Prayerful Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Breath Prayer, contemplation, Creation, Discernment, Grace, Gratitude, Grief, Hope, Judean Peasant, listen, Love, Minorities, Nature, Outsider, prayer, Religion, spiritual practice, Spirituality, Stillness, to speak, Uncategorized, Wilderness, Women
Into the Wilderness A old Hebrew root for wilderness means “to speak,” {dabar – meaning “to speak” is a primitive root of midbar-wilderness, a place where you can hear G-d speak}. Those who traveled into the wilderness were outsiders, minorities, women and Judean peasants and they were the ones that heard G-d speak. All too often we believe we have to be on the “inside” to hear G-d’s voice, we must “do it the right way” in order for G-d to notice us and accept us. Yet that isn’t the way I’ve observed G-d work. It is the outsider, the minority, the woman, the one who seems to be doing it all wrong that is called by G-d. How often do feel as if you are on the outside? Might G-d be calling to you, inviting you into the wilderness, to hear the voice of the Creator? Today I invite to...